I posted this rock previously but it has been awhile ago. Recently a person contacted by me via the blog who wanted permission to print it for a gift. His request motivated me to go shoot it again. The stormy weather was just clearing. You get pretty wet taking a 45 second exposure with an incoming tide.
Yesterday the clouds cleared and provided a good opportunity to capture the Gazebo in Pismo Beach. This is a popular and busy spot for weddings during the summer but pretty quiet now. In the far left background you can see the pier.
Heavy rains starting tomorrow lasting for several day so I wanted to get a beach walk in this afternoon.
Just returned from a family ski trip in South Lake Tahoe and it snowed all night and most of the day we were to leave for home. Yes, four wheel drive or chains was mandatory.
We made a short visit to Boise and Sun Valley Idaho this week. I saw this abandoned store on Highway 20 just south of Fairfield, Idaho.
Fish Creek near Wilson Wyoming
This bridge was built in 1876 and is just south of the confluence of the Wildcat with the Ellis River by Charles Austin Broughton and his son Frank who were dairy farmers. It is also named Covered Bridge # 51 by the state of New Hampshire. The nickname, Honeymoon Bridge, comes from the tradition of lovers kissing under it for good luck.
This is just one of many ponds and small lakes that are found in New Hampshire.
Silver Cascade is a tall mix of plunges and cascades that hop and skip from left to right down the southwestern side of Mount Jackson. The falls continue under US 302, eventually converging with the Saco River below the highway.
Willey Pond is located along Route 302 in Crawford Notch, New Hampshire. The pond spills out into the Saco River as pictured here.