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A Visit to Point Lobos State Reserve

Point Lobos, just south of Carmel on Route 1, is one of the most popular of the California state parks. I visited the park last month with a photo tour that was run by Mark Common of Creative Academy.  640 more words


Hello, Again

My Dearest followers, (all ten of you), I apologize, truly and deeply. I have no excuse for my absence. Truthfully I haven’t done much of anything since abandoning my blog, anything productive or worth validity in not writing or posting videos. 46 more words

Point Lobos State Reserve

Point Lobos State Reserve is one of those hikes where you can go back again and again, but the beauty still amazes you. Some critics have called Point Lobos State Reserve “the crown jewel of the state park system” and “the greatest meeting of land and sea in the world.” Point Lobos is even considered one of the top 10 places to hike in Monterey County. 234 more words

Nature Hikes

A Path Needs People...

Point Lobos is a California park with spectacular ocean views from paths that wind through forests as well as over volcanic rock. Here is one of my favorite paths which has more photo punch to it when people are walking on it.



This 30×20 inch photo painting received the most time I’ve spent on a piece in Photoshop and other third party apps! The original iPhone photo is very bland in comparison. 45 more words