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A Swell View Of A Swell

Temps are high, surf is high, and I’m high (up that is). 15ft+ swells hit the Northern Californian coastline this weekend, and you get a good sense of the size of the waves if you see them from the top of the Marin Headlands. 22 more words

Surf

La photo du mois: Qu'évoque pour vous l'océan?

This is my twenty-first participation in the “photo of the month” challenge. Since this is a French-speaking group, I put the translation below. On the 15th of every month, bloggers from all over the world post a photo on a predetermined subject. 453 more words

San Francisco

2015 Jumpstart

One of the best things about 2015 so far is the fact that I have Kim with me here in the Bay Area for the next 3 months. 652 more words

Friends

Wanderlust

 “The clearest way into the Universe is through a forest wilderness.” –  John Muir

Camilla, Rachel, Krista, Tara, and Me <3

It’s hard to see, but the rocks in this stream were brilliant and blue.

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Nature

One Thing, Three Ways: Old Military Bunkers in the Marin Headlands

“The ruins of old military bunkers, batteries and other defensive structures are scattered throughout the Marin Headlands. Most of them are in a state of abandon and disrepair, crumbling, falling down, and covered with the graffiti of a modern world that no longer remembers why these buildings were here.” 110 more words

Photography