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Your pictures are great! A walk down memory lane with Yosemite and the Oz books. It is nice to see someone who enjoys their passion.
Thanks for your perceptive comments about my train photo - I will check out the Sunnyvale & Santa Clara Stations. I enjoy your photography, the variety of your subjects!
Your old Rolleiflex photos are lovely.
Thanks for the comment. Hiking in Anza Borega actually reminded me of the Sierras, but I know what you mean! Nice pix of California!
Great 6x6. really impeccable!!
Looking for photos of Yosemite, I came across your site. I grew up in Merced in the 1960's. I didn't realize how fortunate I was being within driving distance of so many beautiful scenes. Your shots bring back many great memories. Thanks for sharing them.
St Louis, MO
Chris, You left a comment on another members site about doing Infrared shots with your D70. Most digital cameras have a filter installed on the imaging chip that blocks all IR from degrading the image. You need a camera that allows the filter to be flipped out of the way (eg. Sony nightshot video cameras or DSC-828 still camera) or has been modified by removing the filter completely. Then you need a filter in front of the lens that blocks all visible light and only passes IR.
Hi Chris, very nice gallery! The GC fire was at the NoRim the week of July 10, 2005. I am new at photgraphy and it was my first big trip with my Canon 20D. The fire threw me a curve ball. I will say it made the GC look different. :-)