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02-25-18 – Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness



The Bisti/De-Na-Zin Wilderness is a rolling landscape of badlands which offers some of the most unusual scenery found in the Four Corners Region. Time and natural elements have etched a fantasy world of strange rock formations made of interbedded sandstone, shale, mudstone, coal, and silt. The weathering of the sandstone forms hoodoos – weathered rock in the form of pinnacles, spires, cap rocks, and other unusual forms. Fossils occur in this sedimentary landform. Translated from the Navajo language, Bisti (Bis-tie) means “a large area of shale hills.” De-Na-Zin (Deh-nah-zin) takes its name from the Navajo words for “cranes”.

02-24-18 – National Museum of Nuclear Science & History

The nation’s only congressionally chartered museum in its field. An intriguing place to learn the story of the Atomic Age.

Exhibits spanning the early research of nuclear development through today’s peaceful uses of nuclear technology.

02-10-18 – San Francisco Day Trip

I flew to San Francisco for a day trip with some friends to play tourist. We visited Sutro Baths, The Golden Gate Recreational Area, and The Painted Ladies.

The Sutro Baths was a large, privately owned public saltwater swimming pool complex in the Lands End area of the Outer Richmond District in western San Francisco, California. Built in 1896, it is located near the Cliff House, Seal Rocks, and Sutro Heights Park.

The mile-long Baker Beach lies at the foot of rugged serpentine cliffs west of the Golden Gate. It provides panoramic views of the Golden Gate Bridge, Marin Headlands and Lands End.

One of the most photographed locations in San Francisco, Alamo Square’s famous “postcard row” at Hayes and Steiner Streets is indeed a visual treat. A tight, escalating formation of Victorian houses is back-dropped by downtown skyscrapers, providing a stunning contrast.

01-27-18 – Anza Borrego



Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is a California state park located within the Colorado Desert of southern California, United States. The park takes its name from 18th century Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza and borrego, the Spanish word for sheep.

Week 28 of the 366 Project for 2012

196 - Sunset

196 – Sunset
Spotted on the way to Joshua Tree National Park

195 - America The Reality

195 – America The Reality
Razor wire and a broken down couch

194 - Cabled

194 – Cabled
Parking structure railing mounts

193 - Cruiser

193 – Cruiser
One of my coworkers rides this to work

192 - Bandaged

192 – Bandaged
Dodger lost most of one of his pads, but is healing nicely

191 - Ducklings

191 – Ducklings
Came in to find a new family, but all the attention was too much, and mama moved them away

190 - Self Image

190 – Self Image
A rare self portrait

Week 27

At the beginning of the new year, I embarked on a photo-a-day project. These are the images for week 27.

189 - Jewels of Opar
189 – Jewels of Opar The lovely and prolific Jewels of Opar

188 - Invader
188 – Invader Leaving the office, I heard a loud and indignant cawing. I looked up and saw these guys yelling at each other

187 - Dials
187 – Dials Spotted on a crane sitting next to me at a traffic light

186 - Firework
186 – Fireworks LA Dodger’s 4th of July Fireworks display, as seen from Elysian Park

185 - Mural
185 – Mural A colorful mural on the side of a building, spotting driving down Jefferson

184 - Water Beads
184 – Water Beads Water gel beads. They look like marbles, but they are squishy and slick

183 - Tattoo
183 – Tattoo My recent tattoo, done by Loko at Slangin’ Ink in Los Angeles

Descanso in Spring

I spent a lovely morning with flickr friends exploring Descanso Gardens. It is always lovely in the spring as things are coming into bloom, and was made even more so on this morning as everything was still covered in raindrops from one of SoCal’s infrequent rains.

Descanso Gardens

Descanso Gardens

Descanso Gardens

Descanso Gardens

Descanso Gardens