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Manhattan new construction continues at a frenetic pace and requires ingenious solutions to move workers and materials. For stability, this crane is attached at many points to newly constructed floors as the building rises.
Sunset at Morro Bay, one of the most peaceful and idyllic locations on the California coast. I was fortunate to be there for a spectacular sunset.
Nearly all water has been drained from the lake to allow for repair and reenforcement of the dam due concerns of its proximity to earthquake faults.
Christmas light strings on our front yard tree seemed to attract more than one hummingbird, but this little Anna was the tamest.
Midday fog conceals the upper towers on the Golden Gate Bridge as a ship heads back out to sea.
The Sierra Nevada Mountains around Bishop offered many areas of vibrant fall color this year.
Railroad tracks lead the way toward Bakersfield and the largest refinery in the area. Kern County is the largest oil producing county in the state, accounting for about 75 percent of California’s oil production
The Manhattan skyline as seen from the Williamsburg area of Brooklyn, New York. This waterfront area was once a busy Domino sugar processing facility.
Headwaters of the Kern River begin at Mount McKinley, California’s tallest mountain. Flow over South Falls is less than normal because of continuing drought.
Morro Strand beach is one of the most popular surfing spots on California’s central coast. Shorebirds search for a late snack, as surfer’s seem content watching the sunset.