Monthly Archives: July 2013

Blog Post 300: Back to Bodie

Bodie has to be one of the most-photographed places in California. Many of the buildings and rusty old vehicles there are so familiar now, they’ve become cliché. It’s a challenge to do anything original there photographically, but I keep returning … Continue reading

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Summer Night in Lee Vining

A sunset and the night sky, from my favorite campsite in Lee Vining, that great little town overlooking Mono Lake:   . . See the North Star? (Brightest one between the two trees at left.) Exposure: 21 sec, f/3.3, ISO … Continue reading

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Manzanar Relocation Center was one of ten places where Japanese Americans were interned while the U.S. was at war with Japan during World War II.  It’s in the Owens Valley, just north of the Mojave desert and in the shadow of … Continue reading

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