After shooting more than 20,000 photos in the past several weeks, 7,000 miles driving, a flight to shoot more Serbian Orthodox Churches in the LA area, deadlines for magazines, 2011 calendar submissions, the Amador Fair coming up, a new cat, etc. I'm tired. Eventually, there will be new images uploaded for our last trip.
In the mean time, here's a link to the pix from the Foothill Conservancy and OARS rafting trip on June 28, 2009 down the Electra run of the Mokelumne River. A perfect way to spend a triple-digit day!
Click the pix for a few of the photos.
Here's the new cat, Dewey, from the dog pound. He's about six months old and went to the pound because an older cat didn't like him. Our cats do, luckily. There are plenty more just like him at the Amador Animal Control shelter in Martell, both kittens and some pretty nice adult cats. They all have been health checked by local vets and most have shots, are fixed, implanted with an ID chip and ready to go for not much $$.
We're back from a month on the road to the Midwest shooting new work in more than a dozen states. We were in Chicago, Ill., Shererville and South Bend, Ind., Tory, Mich., and Cleveland, Ohio to photograph the work of iconographer Miloje Milinkovic at the churches he's painted in the last dozen years.
April & May 2009:
March 28 & 29:
Through Late June 2009:
25 framed photographs on display and for sale.
25 large photographs on display at the Lone Wolf's Steakhouse in the Jackson Rancheria Hotel
Here are the photos from our original show in Nov. 2007:
Sunflowers: An Exhibition
See our Images page for other new photos!
With the derailing of our Digital Railroad site, it's time to revamp this site with new images and a few of our favorites through the years.
is now on-line and available for viewing. 25 prints created at the April 2007 portfolio workshop with Al Weber, Larry Angier and Carolyn Fox and recently completed and presented to Soledad Mission.
Our photographs are on display at these local business locations:
Here's from the rally at Prospect Motors in January--save our community! Click on the image for the pix:
We always find new outhouses 1, 2; funny signs; shot-up highway signs; tractors; semi trucks; jackasses; mailboxes; rural roadways; interesting houses and buildings; barns; cats; photos of interesting people; gardens and flowers; railroads and stations; extensive identified American windmills; lots of panorama photos
Sequoia-Kings Canyon in late spring, Mojave Desert in summer, parts of old Route 66, Gorman and Antelope Valley with spectacular wildflower displays, the Carizzo Plains National Monument, Death Valley, Kingston Mountains, Salinas Valley, Mission San Antonio and San Miguel, Tulare Antique tractor show, McConnell windmill collection, Cedarville, Bridgeport Independence Day, arborglyphs, High Sierra fall colors, small ranch cattle branding, and many others.
Genoa, Minden and Carson Valley in fall and summer, Jackson Mountains and northern Nevada, Central Nevada in winter, Mineral County (digital for America 24/7), Ely, Black Rock Desert, northern Washoe County, Carson Valley Days, Main Street Car show, Minden, Topaz Lake, Minden Ranch Rodeo, Minden Antique Tractor Show
Along Route 66 and US 180 (Navajo Reservation), Hubbell Trading Post, Winslow, Wupatki National Monument, Oatman Jackasses, Cañon de Chelly National Monument
Gallup, Grants, El Morro National Monument, Salinas National Monument, Great Plains of eastern New Mexico, Clovis, Dry Cimarron, Ft. Union National Monument, Sapello area and rural churches
Amarillo area, Spearman windmill collection, grain elevators
Panhandle area and the Shattuck windmill collection, grain elevators
Kansas - Nebraska - Iowa - Missouri
Colorado - Utah - Wyoming - South Dakota
Farming, barns, grain elevators, tractors, churches, school houses, weather, lightning, the land, rural landscapes, the mountains, Great Plains, forests, wildlife and Badlands.