Seep in Granite

Merced Canyon, California — 2010 View Full California Portfolio »

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About the California Portfolio

California served as my home for over 40 years. Out of college I moved to the San Francisco Bay Area and it was then my interest in photography grew. In a 2-3 hour drive you could have access wild stretches of the Pacific Coast or explore the wonders of the Sierra Nevada including the incomparable Yosemite Valley. It was a great region to grow my passion for photography.

In 2000, I took a photography workshop at a remote research station, Crooked Creek, in the White Mountains of California. There I discovered exciting new subject matter in the ancient groves of Bristlecone Pines. And the instructor, Stuart Scofield, introduced me to Polaroid Type 52 which added an exciting new dimension to my photography.

The photographs here represent a collection of both favorite and important color images from two decades of image making in California.

Seep in Granite, Merced Canyon

Seep in Granite

Merced Canyon, California — 2010

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