Birds of Waddell
Waddell river flows through the nation of gulls-- cleaning in the fresh waters.
Tunnel View, Yosemite Valley
After the Fire Spiritus
Post Dolan Fire Big Sur 2021
White But Blue Mountains
Road to the bristlecones - White Mountains, CA NV
Last of the Winter
El Cap - early Spring - Infrared
Dogwood as Drug
Yosemite early Spring
Thunder is Near - July
Yosemite Valley - infrared
Marina Dunes, CA - Winter
Up and Golden at Dawn
Moss Landing south - 2021
San Juan Contrast
San Juan Batista. CA - infrared
Point Lobos State Reserve, CA
After the Rain
Cliffs south of Davenport, CA
Santa Lucias at 75mph
Highway 101 north of Paso Robles, CA
Monterey Bay Fall
Pastel colors looking across the bay from Seacliff, CA
Sunset and fishing family, Seacliff, CA
Devil in the Dunes
Zmudowski SP, CA - infrared
Devil in the Dunes
Zmudowski SP, CA - infrared
Highway 46, CA
Merced Wildlife Refuge
Thunder in Flight
Salinas River State Beach, CA
Diablo range near Gustine, CA
Sunset at Sunset
Sunset State Beach colors
Steps to the Sea
Sunrise from across the bay at Lighthouse Point, Santa Cruz. Access steps for surfing and ocean dreams.
Composite of Waddell Creek sand patterns.
Cloud Stack II
Infrared mosaic - Davenport Beach
Rare waves at the cliffs near Davenport with offshore winds and a warm morning accent.
San Vicente Keyhole
Slow shutter split exposure view of the sea from the water source for Davenport
Full moon over the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk.
Dusk at Bean Hallow State Park
Stitched panorama of the beach just inside Greyhound Rock.
Waddell Rainbow 4x5
Colors and light on Lower Waddell Creek, CA
Waddell High Waters
Winter storm clearing at Rancho Del Oso in Big Basin Sate Park. This is Waddell Creek flowing near flood stage after 2 days of heavy rains.
Big Basin Wonder Pano
Stitched panorama of lower Waddell Creek in late Winter. - Big Basin State Park
Worlds of Waddell
Minus tide sunset at Waddell State Beach.
Rare waves at Davenport cliffs -- offshore winds and warm AM light
First Winter swell 2014 - Scott Creek, CA
Pelicans of Año
Cove Beach in Ano Nuevo State Park. The nearby cliffs are an important roosting area for the California Brown Pelican.
Moonlight reflections on the ocean at the cypress cliffs near Davenport.
The old Davenport Cement Pier with framed Winter sun.
Gull feathers line the edge of a shore pond at New Years Creek, Año Nuevo State Park
Moment of Surrender
Cloud break over Central California waters. Within the hour, this cloud bank just vanished.
Pigeon Point Fresnel Lighting
Foggy night miracle at Pigeon Point. Annual fresnel lighting - 2008.
Panther Beach at dusk on the Santa Cruz north coast. This beach is interesting geologically with red and oranges in many of the cliff faces.
Playful shore lines meet drama in the skies and cliffs. - Panther Beach
Davenport Bluffs and Pier 2016
The furthest pier piling fell this year.
Infrared capture of Sharkstooth beach and rock just south of Davenport.
To the Sea
Davenport Beach on the relective tail of what is now known as the Davenport Crack.
Infrared mosaic with playful edges form the base for images from a post wildfire redwwod grove in Big Sur.
Close to the sand shot of Scott Creek beach on a cool winter evening.
North Coast Amber
Shot at 55mph with camera out the window. First sun in over a week and. - Scott Creek
Sea Foam of Davenport
Heavy storms with strong wind and waves create this ocean foam with some beaches trapping it better than others. Davenport Baech
North Coast Pano
Stitched panorama of the Santa Cruz north coast as seen from Sand Hill Bluff.
True infrared capture of a cypress tree. The light seems to almost come from the tree.
A wet and dripping sun reflection at shores edge.
Wonderful color as the sun sneaks in under the clouds and rainbows fire all around. - Davenport Beach and cliffs
One of my first glimpses af the sun alignment in the tunnels below Davenport.
A rainbow, a pair of gulls and a crashing wave all align to create a symphony of beauty. - Davenport Beach
Donate to Save Our Shores - Save Panther Beach !
Actually it's Thursday. Davenport church with wildfire smoke backdrop.
Winter at what is probably the wildest and most diverse zones on the whole Santa Cruz north coast. - Waddell State Beach
Forest near Gazo's Creek in southern San Mateo County, CA. Look for the spider web.
Fruit in December ? Leave it to the persimmons to brighten our way. Bonny Doon, CA
Fire in the Water
San Vicente creek tunnel, Davenport. Shot laying in the waters.
Sun alignment in the San Vicente Creek tunnels.
Tunnel Light Fire
Another in the series of San Vicente creek tunnel shots. This year brought out the red from the wildfire smoke on the horizon.
Hole in the Wall
Panther Beach behind and through the tunnel, Hole in the Wall Beach to come
Wildfire smoke sunset with pelican at Davenport Beach.
In This tunnel
Figure kneels to light in the chambers of beneath. San Vicente Creek tunnels, Davenport.
A setting Full moon over the old cement pier in Davenport.
Waiting for the train that never came.
Pigeon Point Lighthouse Pano
The wide view of this classic lighthouse.
Film capture of skinboarders on a rare beach at Cowell's Beach, Santa Cruz.
Pigeon Point Lighthouse
An early image with a drama factor that really propelled my passion.
Waddell's riches--a creek flows through me into the colors, into the sea.
Very low angle shot of this Santa Cruz icon.
Vibrant Marsh Pano
Laguna Creek wetland in first light.
Cows in light on the hills near Swanton.
Orchards welcome sky from the sea - layered elements.
Bonny Doon Ecological Reserve one year after the Martin Fire roared through this unique ecosystem.
Panocentric Vort Max
Stitched panorama of a beyond belief sunset at Waddell State Beach. Vort Max refers to the center of a rotating low pressure system.
Oak trees near Pacheco Pass (Highway 152) in central California.
Message in the Reeds
Reeds mirrored in still water near the shore.
The almond orchards of the Central Valley are a late Winter spectacle of beauty.
Santa Cruz Harbor Lighthouse
Santa Cruz Harbor Lighthouse with color all around.
Scott Creek in color.
Sea foam fragments on the inside with the great big oceon out beyond.
Shredded plastic on the fence at the San Luis Reservoir.