Tag Archives: Yolo Bypass

Winter in the Bypass

The Yolo Bypass protects Sacramento from flooding in years of high rainfall. It also provides habitat for wildlife. I wish it had more trees, but here’s one nice stand of cottonwoods near the levee on the west side. . . … Continue reading

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New Toy: Old Airesflex

Every few years I get the itch to shoot some film—medium format, 4×5. So I dust off the old Mamiya I used a bit during high school and the even older Graflex that came from an auction on Cannery Row. … Continue reading

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Rice Stubble

Back in early December, rice fields in the Yolo Bypass had been mowed, and the stubble was flooded for the pleasure of both wintering waterfowl and wandering photographers…. . . . Tim Messick Photography • Graphics Copyright © 2012 Tim … Continue reading

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