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Some of my favorite photographic sites are listed below. In some cases I have provided information on places to stay. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me via my contact page.
Yosemite National Park is easily one of my favorite locations to photograph. It is never the same place twice. If you ever get the chance to visit this magnificent park, plan on spending as much time as you can exploring the beauty this park has to offer.
Yosemite National ParkOfficial government link to the park
Point Reyes National Seashore is a spectacular coastal area north of San Francisco. Activities include: whale and bird watching, hiking, fishing, and camping. There are tule elk to see and wild flowers abound in late spring.
Point Reyes National SeashoreDirect link to the National Park Service
If you are interested in Point Reyes, I suggest you check out the Point Reyes National Seashore Association. They present field seminars, summer camps, school programs, and ways in which to participate in promoting and preserving this beautiful national park. The field seminars include: birding, botanizing, painting, photography, trekking, whale watching and more.
Point Reyes National Seashore Associationnonprofit group
Preston Castle was actually a reform school for boys built in the 1890's, It is currently undergoing renovation and offers some interesting glimpses into our past. It is open to the public a couple of times a year. Please see the link below for more information.
Construction of this fort intended for the protection of the San Francisco Bay was started in 1853. Visitors to the fort are offered unique views of the Golden Gate and the San Francisco water front.
Situated between Big Sur and Monterey, Point Lobos State Reserve is an idyllic spot to spend a little time. The coast line is spectacular and there is wild life every where.
Bandon is a perfect little fishing village hidden away on the Oregon coast. If you haven't found it in your travels, I highly recommend it. My wife and I stay at the Sunset Motel in one of the rooms right on the beach. If you are into the ocean, it is a little piece of heaven.
The music on my site is from FreshMusic. I have been with them since my days in video, almost 10 years now. They are worth a look if you are in the market for royalty free music. The piece I have here is "Breathless", composed by Curt MacDonald.
If you haven't found what you are looking for, the links below may be of some help to you.
If you live in the San Francisco Bay are, check out the following links:
PhotoCentral is a great place to meet other photographers, take classes, and get access to specialized post production equipment.
If you are an artist in the visual arts, not just photography, you might want to check out A.R.T. Inc. They are a non profit association of artists in the Castro Valley area. Get to know fellow artists in the area and get the chance to show your work.
Please take a look at the links below, they are friends and fellow photogaphers. From time to time, I plan on adding sites I like, so come back every once and a while and take a look.
Larry is a good friend and fellow photographer. There are three of us who shoot together as often as we can.
Sonia is another good friend and fellow photographer, she is an important part of our party of three, when go out shooting together.
Rene is an exceptional artist who uses brilliant color to create gorgeous images. I had met her through Larry White and was instantly taken by her. She is a very special person who happens to be a very talented artist.