Quabbin Reservoir

An American Indian Chief called King Quabbin lived in this area centuries ago. The word Quabbin means “Many Waters”. Located in New Salem, Massachusetts,Quabbin Reservoir is one of the largest man made public water supplies in the United States. It was flooded in the late 1930s after 4 towns in the valley of the river… Continue reading Quabbin Reservoir

Day 7: Oh! Great Pacific!

Angry Birds Are Everywhere...EVERYWHERE...

After Crestridge Ecological Reserve hike with San Diego’s hiking meetup group, I thought I’d give Torrey Pines state park a shot! It was a little cloudy but nothing could deter me from filming or shooting the beauty of San Diego’s beach! One of the pictures in this collection, Angry Birds, was selected by FWA Photo… Continue reading Day 7: Oh! Great Pacific!

Day 11: BadWater Basin, Last moonrise of 2009

After hiking Golden Canyon, we hit Badwater for a few while the sun was still shining. On our way back to Texas Springs Campground, the moon had started ascending the sky and was well worth ending the year with. 

Day 11: Golden Canyon: How Zabriskie Point, Gower Gulch & Red Cathedral looked on the last day of 2009

Golden Canyon is a short gorge that cuts into brightly colored sandstone rocks in many glowing shades of orange, gold and red, with the ever-present deep blue sky above making the hues seem especially sharp and intense. Once there was a paved road running up the whole length but this has long been disused and… Continue reading Day 11: Golden Canyon: How Zabriskie Point, Gower Gulch & Red Cathedral looked on the last day of 2009