Low-Hanging Fruit Photography

 As mentioned in the previous post, I recently visited Lake Tahoe for the first time. The obvious thing to do would be to post an Emerald Bay scenic photo with deep blue water but I’m not going to do that this time. Don’t get me wrong, I had a great time enjoying the world-class view …

Calaveras Big Trees

 We left the Bay Area knowing that it was probably going to rain a little bit. My original plan was to camp somewhere along the Sonora Pass but I had no desire to camp at that high of an elevation during a storm so I decided on Calaveras Big Trees State Park. It was raining …

Rockefeller Forest

 Rockefeller Forest, located in Humboldt Redwoods State Park, is significant for being the world’s largest remaining old-growth redwood forest. Visually it is an interesting place with two “Champion Trees” (one of them already collapsed) within a five minute walk of the parking area. The Giant Tree, pictured above, is a Champion Tree as it signifies …

Panoramic Point Reyes Photo Workshop: Gary Crabbe

 My blog posting has been slow for a while due to the death of my dad, and my travel schedule over the past few weeks. I’m back in town now though and decided to participate in the Panoramic Point Reyes Photo Workshop this past Saturday which was taught by my friend, Gary Crabbe. I ran into …

Humboldt Redwoods State Park Camping

 Humboldt Redwoods State Park has some amazing campgrounds. I had never spent any time at Humboldt Redwoods before aside from driving part of the Avenue of the Giants a few years ago so it was quite the surprise to find such an amazing campground surrounded by the world’s tallest trees. We spent the weekend camping …