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Mountains Are Calling My Name

Today while I was in biology class watching a video about female reproduction I began to daydream. Not that the video was boring it was just that a glowing blue sky shown through the dark tinted windows and I could not help but stare out. 143 more words

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Drip Torch--Eileen's first fire

Early in Drip Torch both main characters quickly encounter fires. For Eileen, it’s her first fire ever. She’s assigned a mopup shift in the Angeles National Forest on a makeshift crew from her home forest, the Six Rivers N.F. 1,271 more words

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Mt. Lowe from Red Box Road, Sunday 25 January 2015

I wasn’t able to sleep Saturday night at all so I went on a morning trip to the mountains. I’ve had a link to this blog post… 530 more words

Week Four - One Four Challenge, January 2015

This is the final image in the January 2015 One Four Challenge. In the One Four Challenge, launched and led by Robyn G, we work with a single image of our choosing over the course of four weeks, developing four distinct edits or post-capture interpretations, published on successive (AU) Mondays. 230 more words

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Week Three - One Four Challenge, January 2015

For this week’s One Four Challenge (Week Three, January, 2015), I have gone back to color, starting with the original image again. On first glance, there may be little different from the Week One image. 177 more words

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3 Disoriented Hikers, Dog Airlifted From Angeles National Forest

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) —  Authorities said three hikers were rescued Saturday from the Angeles National Forest.

The three were hiking and went off trail before becoming stranded on top of a mountain, near Switzer Falls at Bear Canyon. 72 more words

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Week Two, Take 2 - One Four Challenge, January, 2015

The remark was made by one commenter about San Bernardino Mountains II (the black-and-white version – Week Two of the One Four Challenge) that it almost had an Ansel Adams look about it. 157 more words

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