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

Infrared Photography- The Lure of Invisible Light

To see more of my infrared images, visit my site: Shooting Infrared Just recently, I discovered a new way of photographing – a way by capturing wavelengths beyond what the human eye can see, a spectrum of light that ranges from 700-1200nm. It’s called “Infrared Photography” or the more apt term should be the “Near… Read More Infrared Photography- The Lure of Invisible Light

Joshua Tree National Park- Its Photographic Possibilities

The park situated between two deserts, the Mojave and the Colorado can be a challenging but rewarding place to spend a day, photographing. It has so much to offer from the curious joshua trees, interesting rock formations, desert wildflowers, and wildlife. Temperatures range from 104 deg. F at the peak of the summer to as… Read More Joshua Tree National Park- Its Photographic Possibilities

Shooting America- A photographer’s guide to shooting sights and places

“Begin, just begin and go places”- My motto and my frame of mind while starting this site since I have no clear idea where this will lead me. I know that I have all these knowledge in my head, a trove of  photographs taken through the years and skills that I have developed as an… Read More Shooting America- A photographer’s guide to shooting sights and places