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Tag Archives: Spring
John Steinbeck wrote that the wildflowers of a Northern California spring were so unbelievable that they were “Almost sinful looking.” That makes sense – especially to a local – considering that much of the rest of the year, except for … Continue reading
Going through my camera a few days ago I came across some photos I’d planned to put on the blog but had neglected to download. These first two are from last May. This hayfield, on the neighboring Luchetti Ranch, was … Continue reading
Things have changed a bit since I last photographed the Boneyard. A little rain brought up the green grass and the wildflowers. The new growth hid the scatter of small bones and only the larger skeletons poked through. This guy … Continue reading
“There aren’t many things better than Lake County in the first week of May.” – Jim Comstock These photos were taken at our family’s ranch in Northern California on May first. Meadow Spring looking towards the Front Pasture Hill. 1/160 … Continue reading
We recently moved out of Utah permanently and decided to make the drive to California by way of the sparsely traveled Highway 50. As mentioned in the previous post, we stopped off at the old roost of Bob Stinson before continuing … Continue reading
In 1920, Bob Stinson left civilization behind and took up residence in a cave deep in Marjum Canyon just West of Delta Utah. That cave would become his residence for the next 25 years until, when in his 70’s, … Continue reading