Bodie, In a State of “Arrested Decay”

Walking through the streets of Bodie, one can’t help feel transported in time to the period of the ghost town’s heyday in the mid 1800s. For photographers of mining towns, ghost towns and historical places; Bodie stood as one of the premier places to shoot because of how much of its buildings and structures withstood… Read More Bodie, In a State of “Arrested Decay”

Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve

Across the Pacific Coast Highway from the sands of Huntington Beach is a wildlife photographer’s haven where about 200 species of birds have been identified. The Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve’s  existence started in the 1970s when the State of California acquired initially 300 acres of the wetlands. And through the years additional acreage were added… Read More Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve