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As I became aware that all things have unique spatial and temporal qualities which visually define and relate them, I began to perceive the things I was photographing not as objects but as events. Working to develop my skills of perceiving and symbolizing these event qualities, I discovered the principle of opposites. When, for example, I photographed the smooth, luminous body of a woman behind a dirty cobwebbed window, I found that the qualities of each event were enhanced and the universal forces which they manifested were more powerfully evoked.
I provide this Field Journal for those of you who, like my own naturalist and historical inclinations, desire more information and stories about the subjects that you see in some images that I photograph and post in my galleries. I also understand that when purchasing a photographic print it is of benefit to know the history of the background or process.
For more information about the subjects in the photographs, please click on the links below the images. I update the images and links frequently. Please let me know if any of the links are broken. You can click on the slideshow button at the top of this page to sit back and enjoy the fine art show. Click on hide captions to see the images in the slideshow.
Whidbey Island, Washington
I photographed this female and male Black Oystercatcher on April 7, 2012 from the “Island Whaler” New Zealand designed jet drive catamaran with an open deck and a 360° unobstructed view.
Paired birds remain together year-round. Pairs remain together for years, perhaps for the lives of some birds.
I m always thrilled to see these birds and observe them locating mussels with valves separated and capturing it with quick jabs from its bill. The bird removes the soft parts of the prey with its bill tips. Oystercatchers chip small holes in the mussel shells to reach the prey's adductor muscle. They dislodge limpets and chitons from rocks with quick jabs of their bills aimed at a point where the edge of the shell meets a substrate.
Click the links below to learn more about these interesting birds:
VIEW OF SAN JUAN ISLANDS, LARRABEE STATE PARK
Bellingham, Washington State
I took this photograph on June 30, 2011 on a cloudy afternoon at Clayton Beach while taking a day to photograph nature. This is a serene mystical and magical area where I enjoy writing and photographing. It is also wonderful for romance and solitude.
Click the links below to learn more about Larrabee State Park.
ONE OF MY SEVERAL PHOTOGRAPHS AROUND BELLINGHAM ON A LARGE BANNER
On June 23, 2011 I photographed one of the many large banners produced by the Port of Bellingham that has one of my photographs printed on it and are displayed around town.
See the link below to learn more about the Port of Bellingham.
WESTERN SCREECH-OWL (MEGASCOPS KENNICOTTII)
Butler Playground, Lithia Park, Ashland, Oregon.
This Western Screech-Owl, sitting about 20 feet up in a tree(Megascops kennicottii), is near and dear to my heart. It was the first wild Owl that I saw and photographed.
This female Owl appeared to enjoy watching children. She would sit intensely in a hole in the tree and look down at the children in the playground.
Whenever I walked from the parking lot and heard the joyful sounds of children, I knew I could count on the owl being present.
Another day I watched how it stretched way out of the hole to watch an Eagle and then slowly shrank down its hole.
She became a well-known and beloved Ashland resident.
This is my first wildlife photograph that I took on October 17, 2005 that I sold at a one-person show in Ashland, Oregon. The same image hangs in the park office of Ashland Parks and Recreation Department.
Click on the links to read more about the Western Screech-Owl.
DE HAVILLAND CANADA DHC-2 BEAVER
San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport, San Luis Obispo, California.
The De Havilland Canada DHC-2 Beaver, Short Take-Off and Landing utility transport, was sitting at the end of the tarmac when I was visiting the airport .
A reliable and beautiful single engine aircraft, I decided to take this photograph of the engine on July 28, 2007.
To see what the rest of the aircraft looks like and learn about it click on the links below to learn about this versatile aircraft.
SOLITARY STARBURST ANEMONE (ANTHOPLEURA SOLA)
McAbee Beach, Cannery Row, Monterey Bay, California.
I was searching the tide pool at low tide when I discovered this Solitary Starburst Anemone (Anthopleura sola). I looked at the textures, colors, and all of the sand and debris on it. This was the first Anemone that I photographed and the first one I have seen since I was a child. I took this photograph on February 3, 2006 as the tide was beginning to come in. The Anemone is fascinating to explore. To learn more about the Solitary Starburst Anemone, click on the links.
JUVENILE BACK-TAILED DEER
North Mountain Park, Ashland, Oregon
I was walking just outside the park when I watched this juvenile deer along with two adults and other juveniles for a while. It was very playful. The deer would hide behind a tree, then suddenly jump out, and stare at me. The mom would quickly give it a kick to the side and usher it behind the trees. Just as soon as she went back to her eating the juvenile would continue playing peek-a-boo resulting in another kick. I took this photograph on October 17, 2005 as the deer jumped in front of the tree. I decided to leave to spare the rambunctious deer more kicks.
PIGEON POINT LIGHT STATION SHP
I moved as far away from the lighthouse, currently closed to the public, as I could to take this photograph on June 6, 2007. It was clear that the lighthouse could use repair and, a fence kept visitors from getting too close. I appreciate the lore of lighthouses and this one is no exception. See the link for additional information about the Pigeon Point Light Station SHP.
RED SKIMMER (LIBELLULA SATURATA)
Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve, Watsonville, California
I was hiking in the Elkhorn Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve when I came to a small pond. This Red Skimmer (Libellula saturata) was flying around the pond but not landing. I followed it around the pond many times. Finally, it landed just as the breeze picked up, moving the Red Skimmer rapidly back and forth. I was nearly so mesmerized by the brilliant colors that I almost did not snap the picture just before it flew away. Well, almost. I took this photograph on June 21, 2007.Click on the link to read more about the Red Skimmer.
COASTLINE NEAR MCWAY FALLS
Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park, Big Sur, California
I drove from Monterey Bay to Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park along the spectacular coast to visit the McWay Falls. I arrived when there was fog moving in.
One path that leads to an over-view above the falls also has a beautiful view of the Big Sur coastline. I enjoyed this view before taking this photograph on March 6, 2007.
I watched many people stand at the same spot and admire the coastline.
There is more about the park and the falls in the link.
BLACK OYSTERCATCHER (HAEMATOPUS BACHMANI)
Point Lobos State Reserve, Carmel, California
When I first saw this wonderful bird with the bright orange beak, I was fascinated. Later, I learned that it was a Black Oystercatcher. I enjoyed watching it search for food during low tide. I have since had the pleasure of seeing them in several locations. I photographed this Black Oystercatcher on May 23, 2007. There is more information in the link below.
MARY D. HUME
Gold Beach, Oregon
During a visit to Gold Beach, I noticed this prominent shipwreck along the highway and near the marina. Although it was a very windy day, I quickly got out of the vehicle and took this photograph on March 11, 2006. The story of the ship is well worth reading. Follow the link or additional information.
Morro Bay, California
Morro Rock rises 576 feet above the entrance to Morro Bay. Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo named it during his voyage of discovery up the California coast in 1542. It is the last in a chain of long-extinct volcanoes and became a landfall for Spanish galleons sailing the coastal waters. It is the most prominent thing you see when you drive toward Morro Bay. I wanted to view the rock from a different location. I drove to Tidelands Park, at the end of Embarcadero furthest from Morro Rock. I took this photograph on September 11, 2007 while walking along the bay as the light hit the rock. Follow the links for more information about Morro Rock.
BEAR, 5-YEAR-OLD PURE BRED CHOCOLATE LABRADOR RETRIEVER
South 'T' Pier, Morro Bay, California
While walking on the pier, I noticed a cinnamon purebred Chocolate Labrador sitting near a boat. I found out that, his name was “Bear” and that he was 5 years old. He had an injured paw and could not do his job of keeping the California Sea Lions off the boat. When too many seals are on a boat, it can sink. Bear’s job is a critical one in another way. When the owner was cruising around the Farallon Islands, California Sea Lions (Zalophus californianus) jumped on the boat. Then the Orcas (Orcinus orca), that were chasing the California Sea Lions began to attempt to lean on the boat to get to the seals. I took this photograph on August 9, 2007. Click on the links to learn more about Labrador Retrievers, the Orcas and the Farallon Islands.
OLD SCHOOLHOUSE IN THE VILLAGE OF SAN SIMEON WITH HEARST CASTLE HIGH ON THE HILL
Near Sebastian's General Store that was established in 1873, San Simeon, California
Perhaps more beautiful in spring when there are abundant bright flowers, I approached the schoolhouse as close as I could behind a fence. I imagined the Hearst Castle builder's children running to and from where I was standing to the one room schoolhouse to attend classes and return home or play on the nearby beach. Hearst Castle stands high on the hill above the schoolhouse. I took this photograph on September 18, 2007. Click the link to learn more about the schoolhouse.
1941- 1946 1-TON CHEVY WWII MAIL PANEL TRUCK
Monterey Bay, California
As I was walking along the wharf, exploring subjects to photograph, I found this 1941-1946 1-ton Chevy WWII panel truck used as a mail truck by the military. I just like the classic looks and history. I took this photograph on March 5, 2007 as I faced the bay. No links yet.
POINT PINOS LIGHTHOUSE
Pacific Grove, California
The Point Pinos Lighthouse has an interesting history and is a delightful sample of what life was for the lighthouse keepers. Beautifully restored, it almost takes you back to the days of old. I took several photographs of the interior. I took this photograph on March 8, 2007 near a sign warning that there are Mountain Lions seen in the area. Click the links and read the intriguing story about Emily Fish, who accompanied by a Chinese servant Que, became the keeper of the Point Piños Lighthouse as a widow at the age of fifty.
SUMATRAN TIGER (PANTHERA TIGRIS SUMATRAE)
San Francisco Zoo, San Francisco, California
These incredibly beautiful tigers are a wonder to observe.
I photographed this tiger on March 27, 2009 yawning while at rest near a wall on a wam day.
Click on the link below for more information about the Sumatran Tiger.
SLIDE ROCK STATE PARK
The day that I took this photograph on March 8, 2008, Oak Creek was flowing fast. Although it was cold mountain water, several people were enjoying the natural water slide. This park is very popular especially during the summer when the Arizona temperature can reach 115 degrees. I walked along a dirt path running parallel to the creek and occasionally climbed the red rock. Where the water runs over the rocks, it is extremely slippery. The area was very serene.
FIERY SKIPPER (HYLEPHILA PHYLEUS) NEXT TO GREEN LYNX SPIDER (PEUCETIA VIRIDANS) PREYING ON AMERICAN HOVER FLY (METASYRPHUS AMERICANA)
San Luis Obispo Botanical Garden, San Luis Obispo, California
On my third trip to the garden, I was looking for insects, birds and reptiles to photograph. From a distance, I thought that this flower looked different than I remembered. Upon a closer inspection, I saw this Green Lynx Spider (Peucetia viridans). I photographed it and watch for a while. I noticed that the spider did not move and there was not a significant web present. I walked around the garden for a while and then returned to the spider. To my pleasure, I saw it holding on to its prey, an American Hover Fly (metasyrphus americana). I was fascinated watching the interaction and I took more photographs on October 14, 2007. Then, a Fiery Skipper (Hylephila phyleus) landed next to them and began taking in the flower’s nectar. The Fiery Skipper appeared to be calm and unperturbed by the spider and the fly and then flew away. I could have remained longer to learn more about what happens but it was time to leave.
JEROME GRAND HOTEL
This hotel has an interesting history including ghost haunting, hospital, asylum, and the Award Winning Asylum Restaurant. This Spanish Mission style building, constructed in 1926, started out as the United Verde Hospital, opening January 1927.
Many women perished during childbirth, and many men coughed their last gasping breaths within the walls. The building also served to care for the mentally unstable.
There are stories of strange noises coming from empty rooms; coughing, labored breathing, TV's turning on and off, unexplained smells of flowers, dust, cigarettes and whiskey, and even voices. Numerous visitors have observed two female apparitions in the hotel. The Husky did not appear to notice.
I took this photograph on January 26, 2008 after walking up to the top of a steep hill where the hotel is located. Click on the links for interesting stories about the Jerome Grand Hotel.
Galena Creek Park, Nevada
I was hiking along a beautiful mountain path when I came to the running waters of Galena Creek Park. I took this photograph on October 31, 2006. This was among my first tries at photographing water with different shutter speeds. It started me on photographing other water scenes with varied camera settings. Click on the link to see more about Galena Creek Park.
NORTHERN ELEPHANT SEAL (MIROUNGA ANGUSTIROSTRIS) PUP
Breakwater Cove Marina, Monterey, California
I was photographing at the marina when I saw this 2-month-old pup Northern Elephant Seal (Mirounga angustirostris) on the boat ramp. The pup looked tired and weak. Yes, and cute. Too young to be without its mother, it was clear that intervention was required. Someone had called the marine animal rescue unit that arrived a few minutes later. I took this photograph on March 22, 2007 before helping the rescue worker carry the pup into his vehicle for the drive to a rescue base, treated, and released with other Northern Elephant Seals. Check out the links below.
GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE
San Francisco, California
An avid WWII history buff, I recall seeing films and photographs of many military naval vessels sailing under this bridge.
I was fortunate that on this visit there was fog that obscured the bridge. I took this photograph on May 18, 2008 of the magnificent Golden Gate Bridge when I saw that I could incorporate the fog.
I have visited the Golden Gate Bridge during several key times in my life beginning when I was a southern California high school senior. The bridge remains significant in many ways for me and for many other people as well.
More than 1,218 people committed suicide by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge. I think about this each time I photograph the bridge or drive on it.
Learn more about the Golden Gate Bridge in the link.
OSPREY (PANDION HALIAETUS)
Spooner Lake, Nevada
This was my first in-flight bird that I photographed and with my first digital camera. I was walking along a winding path around Spooner Lake when I saw an Osprey flying over the lake. I watched the Osprey for a while as it hovered above different locations looking for fish. When I figured out the patterns, I went to cove and waited with my camera at the ready. I noticed that it always flew into the wind for greater lift so I positioned myself where I thought it would fly. The Osprey suddenly dived so fast it caught me off guard. I photographed it on September 9, 2004 flying away with a very large fish. I was hooked on Ospreys ever since. This photograph was sold to the owners of the Osprey Point RV Resort in Lakeside, Oregon. Click on the links below to read more about Ospreys.
I saw this wonderful tree in winter while walking along the Nevada Beach near where I lived in Lake Tahoe. At the time, I had just purchased my first digital camera, which I used to take this photograph on July 13, 2005. I liked the tree limbs, trunk, colors, and textures. It seemed strong and majestic. This tree spurred me on to begin photographing trees. Click on the link to see more about Nevada Beach.
San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport, San Luis Obispo, California
I heard that the P-51D WWII fighter was going to land at a nearby airport. When I arrived, I saw it landing a ways down the runway and I took this photograph on July 28, 2007. The aircraft is as beautiful as I expected it to be. What I found out later was a very interesting story. In the rear seat was Marcia Beckman, age 84. This was the highlight of a large family reunion. Her husband, Ralph Beckman (deceased) was a B-29 bomber pilot. Her brother, Charles Harris, was a B-52 bomber pilot. The pilot was her nephew, Jeff Harris who is a Captain for American Airlines. He supervised the two-year restoration of the P51D that flew for the 15th Air Force in Italy. The owner is Jack Croul who is with Allied Fighters in Chino, California. Jack was a Captain and flew a B-17G bomber for the 96th Bomber Group from the Snetterton Heath Airfield in the UK. Jeff's brother, Dave, is a corporate pilot. Marcia is the last alive of her generation. Marcia said that they flew low over the cliffs at the coast and he even inverted the aircraft. She told me that the ride was a totally awesome and thrilling experience. Great information is available on the P-51D in the links.
RED DRAGON VENUS FLY TRAP (DIONAEA AKAI)
San Luis Obispo, California
I purchased this Red Dragon Venus Fly Trap for the pleasure of watching the ingenious nature of how it captures flies for meals. As a child, I ordered my first one and I loved watching it draw flies and capture them. I must admit that I still do. Consider getting one for your children and you too may enjoy watching the Red Dragon Venus Fly Trap. Setting the plant by a window, I used a small tripod to photograph it on September 9, 2007 with a recently purchased macro lens. Additional information is in the links below.
MEERKAT (SURICATA SURICATTA)
Charles Paddock Zoo, City of Atascadero, California
I found that the behavior of the Meerkats reminded me of Meerkat Manor on Animal Planet, a favorite television show of both my wife and me. They were fascinating to watch as they interacted with each other and their environment. They each seem to have distinct individual personalities. I had to photograph through glass when I took this photograph on September 30, 2007, of one of the Meerkats stopping to look around. Go to the links below to learn a lot more about the captivating Meerkats.
CALIFORNIA DESERT TORTOISE (GOPHERUS AGASSIZII)
Charles Paddock Zoo, City of Atascadero, California
This California Desert Tortoise was walking in a shallow pool of water. Apparently, not in a hurry, it had a sense of serenity and walked with grace. As it slowly looked up at me, I took this photograph on September 30, 2007. Interesting information about the California Desert Tortoise is found by clicking on the link below.
NORTHERN ELEPHANT SEAL (MIROUNGA ANGUSTIROSTRIS)
Año Nuevo State Reserve, California
It was a very windy day along the Central California coast when I noticed a viewing area overlooking the cliffs. After parking, I saw that there were Northern Elephant Seals lying on the beach. I walked through the gate and under the barriers (along with every other visitor) and stopped close to the cliff edge. This is the first time I saw so many females and juveniles in one place. I photographed this one on September 18, 2007 stretched out on the sand asleep. Click the links to read some interesting facts about the Northern Elephant Seal.
U.S. COAST GUARD STATION
Morro Bay, California
I always enjoy watching the U.S. Coast Guard personnel around their boats, especially now that they are an integral part of Homeland Security. They do amazing work and I have a lot of respect for the men and women of the U.S. Coast Guard. I photographed this boat and crew on September 30, 2007 as they returned to port after a harbor patrol. To see more about the U.S. Coast Guard Station in Morro Bay, click on the links below.
SAINTS PETER AND PAUL CHURCH
San Francisco, California
As I was riding in an authentic motorized cable car near the Saints Peter and Paul Church, I had a brief moment to take this photograph on June 7, 2007. The architecture is inspiring. If I had the time, it would have been fun to visit the Saints Peter and Paul Church and take more photographs. Learn more about the church in the links below.
BLUE AND GOLD MACAW (ARA ARARAUNA)
Monterey Bay, Monterey, California
I was photographing along the Old Fisherman’s Wharf when I noticed a man with several Macaws and Parrots. A crowd of visitors had gathered around him. He encouraged people to have the birds sit on their shoulders. I was impressed with the size and colors of these beautiful birds. I took this photograph on February 4, 2007 after the Macaw grabbed a feather. To learn more click on the links below.
PYRAMID LAKE PAIUTE TRIBE RESERVATION
I found Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Reservation a curious place. The day I visited the lake, a ranger told how a female Mountain Lion (Felis concolor) was found drown along the shore with a deer it attacked and killed. The ranger thought that the Mountain Lion had drowned in shallow water when it was unwilling to let go of the deer. I took this photograph on May 4, 2006 of the stark trees at the same area where they discovered the Mountain Lion. Read more about the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Reservation in the links below.
Breakwater Cove Marina, Monterey, California., Monterey, California
This boat was in dry dock for maintenance. I researched the interesting name SUN RA. The Sun Boat (or Sun Barque) is the great ship in which Ra (or Atum or other gods) and his companions sailed through the sky giving light to the world. It is also the ship in which the gods traveled from the heavens to earth and which Ra took, to go back to the sky when he became old, leaving Osiris in power. When the gods use it to travel between the worlds, it is called "The Boat of a Million Years." I wonder about the owners are who picked such an interesting name. I took this photograph on March 9, 2007 after looking at the boat stands that are able to hold up such a heavy boat. To get more information about boat stands, check out the links below.
OCHRE SEA STAR (PISASTER OCHRACEUS)
U.S. Coast Guard Wharf, Monterey, California
I was taking a stroll along the 1700-foot breakwater guarding the north side of the harbor, on the U.S. Coast Guard Wharf when I saw these two Ochre Sea Stars (Pisaster ochraceus) next to each other and clinging to a rock at low tide. Since I was a child, I have looked forward to seeing sea stars. It is good to see that even today, children (and most adults) get a smile when they see the sea stars. They come in a variety of vivid colors and textures. It is very interesting reading about their life cycle and habits. I waited until the water receded and then took this photograph on April 6, 2007. Follow the link below for more information.
BEACH MORNING GLORY (CALYSTEGIA SOLDANELLA)
Point Lobos State Reserve, Carmel, California
I have found that photographing flowers effectively is more challenging that it may look, especially if the insects on the flower are to be in focus. The usually present wind increases the technical requirements. I liked the delicate texture and subtle colors of this Beach Morning Glory that I photographed on April 27, 2007. Click on link below for more information.
THE COQUILLE RIVER LIGHTHOUSE
Bullard's Beach State Park, Bandon, Oregon
Not too many lighthouses are approachable up close. The Coquille River Lighthouse is still one where you can walk right up to the front door. When open, you can go inside. The location offers a both a view of the river and the pounding surface from the ocean. It has an interesting history. I photographed this lighthouse on March 11, 2006. More information available in the link below.
Virginia City, Nevada
It is a moving experience walking through the Comstock Cemetery. You can view most of the historic downtown from the cemetery. There are many old and interesting tombstones with diverse ethnic representation. Perhaps, because of so many untimely deaths, Virginia City is considered Nevada's most haunted city. Some people even consider it America's most haunted located in the basement of the Mark Twain Museum, where he wrote for the local newspaper. On a gloomy overcast day, which added to the mood, I took this photograph on August 11, 2005 that depicts the stark reality of the cemetery. Find interesting facts in the links below.
U.S. Coast Guard Wharf, Monterey, California
I was photographing along a pier when I saw an unusual sight. Just beyond the horizon the masts of a large sailing vessel was making its way toward the harbor. It was captivating to watch the ship appear to grow larger until I realized that it was a “Tall Ship.” This was my first experience seeing a “Tall Ship” in person and it was very exciting to imagine how this was a more common sight a hundred years ago. As it came closer, there were many people on the pier watching it along with me. I took this photograph on April 1, 2007 with great pleasure. Check out the links below to see where in the world it is today and to learn more about the Lynx.
BRANDT'S CORMORANT (PHALACROCORAX PENICILLATUS)
U.S. Coast Guard Wharf, Monterey, California
Brant’s Cormorants are very interesting to watch. I enjoy watching them dive for meals, and seeing how they display gregarious social behavior. I watched these two during the mating and nesting period. I took this photograph on April 21, 2007 when I spotted the egg. Later on, I watched as the egg hatched bringing a new Brant’s Cormorants into the world. Click on the links below and learn about how anglers around the world have trained the Brant’s Cormorants to fish for them.
Fort Verde State Historic Park, Camp Verde, Arizona
I explored the Commanding Officer’s Quarters, Bachelors' Quarters and Doctor’s Quarters on Officer's row, all furnished in the 1880s period. I took this photograph on January 31, 2008 looking down the path on Officer's row. The parade ground is to the left. Click on the link below for more information.
CLASSIC CAR SHOW
I photographed wonderful classic cars like this one on July 31, 2006.
The show was called, Hot August Nights Cruise Night & Show.
Click on the link below to learn more.
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