Dark Skies of the North Coast

(February 25, 2021) This time of year sees its share of gray skies, a seemingly endless woolen rain blanket drawn across the heavens — the gray that won't go away. Rain patters the...

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2020 A New Light Review

(January 21, 2021) The year 2020 was something of an off year. I, for one, took fewer photographs; I simply had less creative energy this year. There was the never-ending pandemic, followed by...

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North Coast Night Lights: 2020 A New Light Review

(January 16, 2021) The year 2020 was something of an off year. I, for one, took fewer photographs; I simply had less creative energy this year. There was the never-ending pandemic, followed...

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Metal Crab on the Waterfront

(December 24, 2020) You may have driven through Eureka and spotted this metal marvel where it lives behind a chain-link fence, dreaming of adventures past and future in the outer world. I have....

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'Tis the Harvest Season

(November 26, 2020) The girls are all grown up, beautiful young blossoms in their prime. They've overcome tremendous obstacles in their young lives and now they are ready to spread their wings and...

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Strange Looks at the Beach

(October 29, 2020) A trip to the beach in search of night light yielded a few views to share from Humboldt's beautiful Pacific Coast. Though most poignant was an image of a dead...

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Beauty at Moonstone Beach

(October 1, 2020) An odd thing happened while out sifting through the coastal night light for a compelling image. The waxing crescent moon had already set and the night was dark. My brother...

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Bridges of Humboldt County

Cock Robin Island Bridge

(September 3, 2020) Between Loleta and Ferndale, and a little to the west, the Eel River broadens and wraps itself around Cock Robin Island before depositing its fresh water into the Pacific Ocean....

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Perseid Meteors 2020

A comet's debris

(August 20, 2020) Currently speeding out from the sun after its last visit to the solar system's inner reaches in 1992, Comet Swift-Tuttle leaves a trail of debris in its path. Comets...

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