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Daylight Savings Time can only mean that Spring is on its way

(Click on image to expand) Our bluffs here at Sea Ranch are beginning to show their colors, but are not quite in full bloom yet.  Daylight savings time always used to remind me as a kid growing up in Long … Continue reading

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Some Spring Color Along Black Point Bluff

I shot these images back in April when the profusion of ice plant and poppies and many other plants were first coming into their own.   I always hesitate a little bit when it comes to showcasing invasive species like ice … Continue reading

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Happy Mother’s Day from Black Point

  Ordinarily I would be a bit hesitant to glorify an invasive, non-native plant like ice plant, but sometimes you just have to take a breath and enjoy what’s right in front of you.  I also thought that it would … Continue reading

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Still Playing at the Beach

Okay, I never really stopped playing at the beach. Over the last few days I went back to Del Mar Point and Walk-On Beach here in Sea Ranch to continue working out with my 14-24mm lens. We’ve had some beautiful … Continue reading

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Summer’s End

It seems like it was only yesterday that I was posting all manner of spring and summer wildflowers, and yet here we are nearing the end of summer.  I was sitting on the bluff yesterday with my camera just looking for … Continue reading

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