November, 2012

Nov 12


Photograph of the stern of a fishing boat at Moss Landing Harbor Boat naming began thousands of years ago, probably seeking protection from a god or a saint. Today many boats are named for family members; some express hopes or aspirations. I used a solarization filter to give this boat a vintage nostalgic look.

Nov 12

Boats–Moss Landing Harbor Boats And Birds

Photograph of many Sea Gulls flying over boats at Moss Landing Harbor A clear and cold winter morning at Moss Landing Harbor. A multitude of Sea Gulls took flight at the same time. February, 2012.

Nov 12

Boats–Moss Landing Harbor 6

Photograph of boats in the fog at Moss Landing Harbor Interesting light as the sun burned away the fog. This light lasted only a few minutes before the fog was gone and the light was harsh and flat.

Nov 12

Boats–Moss Landing Harbor 5

Photograph of boats in the fog at Moss Landing Harbor Another shot of the fish dock at the Moss Landing harbor. The sun was just beginning to burn away the morning fog. November, 2011.

Nov 12

Boats–Morro Bay

Photograph of boats along a dock at Morro Bay, CaliforniaHarsh overhead light doesn’t usually lend itself to interesting photographs, but I liked the drama of Morro Rock in the background. Taken with a wide angle lens, October, 2010.

Nov 12

Boats–Los Osos

Photograph of a single boat at sunrise at Los Osos Bay A quiet morning south of Morro Bay in a small community, Los Osos. The bay was very still at sunrise. This was three bracketed exposures blended together. October, 2010.

Nov 12

Boats–Out Of Water 4

Photograph of a boat on dry land at Moss Landing, CaliforniaAnother boat used as decoration by a Moss Landing restaurant. I liked the juxtaposition of the Alyssum flowers and the fishing net.

Nov 12

Boats–Harbor And Rainbow

Photograph of boats and a rainbow at Moss Landing Harbor An unusual moment between rain storms at Moss Landing harbor. This rainbow was visible for only 5 minutes. October, 2010.