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Anatomy of a photo #48: Cattle chute at sunset


Sometimes you see a sky that just begs to have its picture taken, but there are already so many images of pretty skies that you almost have to ask yourself if it’s worth it to put yet another one out … Continue reading

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The Tomales Racing Sheep: Anatomy of a photo #32


I was driving through the coastal countryside of northern California one drear grey day, when I saw something that added a little color to my day. I came across the Tomales Racing Sheep during a practice session. They were running … Continue reading

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Lambs of Tomales


I live in ranch country. Most every hill is dotted with cows or sheep (and the occasional goat.) In the winter, usually around mid-December, lambs are born. This often continues into January, and over the months the lambs get older, … Continue reading

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