A friend turned me on to this junk yard for tractors. I spent a couple of hours wandering around taking various shots and liked this one. It’s Ford’s Golden Jubilee model celebrating 5o years of production from 1908 to 1958.
I have no idea how many times this iconic barn had been photographed but it’s a lot.
We made a short visit to Boise and Sun Valley Idaho this week. I saw this abandoned store on Highway 20 just south of Fairfield, Idaho.
We’ve had a series of storms coming through the Central Coast and the waves have been pretty big. Driving home today I stopped and took a quick shot from one of the overlooks.
Fish Creek near Wilson Wyoming
I posted an earlier shot of the rocks of Pismo Beach. This was taken from on the same spot but facing south into the sun. It cried out to be in Black and White.
Heavy rain and winds were forecast this afternoon so I got out early to shoot the rocks along the Pismo Beach shoreline while there was a little sun.
We spent Thanksgiving on Bainbridge Island and visited Port Blakely which, at one time, was one of the world’s largest sawmills. I thought it would be interesting to see the results of shooting this sailboat directly into the Sun.
During a recent trip to Maui I found these rock formations. They are the result of one of the last lava flows on Maui. Dragon’s Teeth is a unique formation located at Makaluapuna Point in Kapalua on the island’s northwestern shore.
This bridge was built in 1876 and is just south of the confluence of the Wildcat with the Ellis River by Charles Austin Broughton and his son Frank who were dairy farmers. It is also named Covered Bridge # 51 by the state of New Hampshire. The nickname, Honeymoon Bridge, comes from the tradition of lovers kissing under it for good luck.