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I have had a life-long interest in photography. An interest in the outdoors and natural resource management led to employment with the National Park Service and later the US Forest Service. During this time I developed a special interest in caves, bats, and nature in general. I am now retired, but continue assisting agencies as an environmental engineering consultant. Travel, and many days spent in the field, provide ample opportunity for photography. Many of the photos shown here are the result of finding myself in unique or little-visited locations. I hope you enjoy the photos as much as I do taking them.

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My son and I hiked in Friday and stayed a few nights. Everything in good shape. Really cool place. Thinking of making a little Woodstove to carry in so we can stay a few times over this winter. I talked to a fellow with the forest service, they replaced the roof five or six years ago. I found where they split the cedar 100 or so yards away. Still quite a bit of cedar there, thinking of splitting a bit more and building a firewood stand close by to keep some wood dry.

Impressionnante prise de vue (L: 01). Cordialement, J-Claude.

Hi Jim !

As a volunteer at Point Cabrillo, I know there have been sightings of mountain lions, but not for cougars. There may be older women seeking relationships with younger men, but we don't have a sign for that !

You have some great shots within Point Cabrillo Light Station State Historic Park. If you'd like to get on the newsletter mailing list, check out the website at www.pointcabrillo.org. There is also a great video there !

Thanks ' Doug Fortier

Thanks, I made the correction

Like n. 1. Saluti. Lorenzo

Wonderful Picture!!!!

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Corey

Wonderful Picture!!!!

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Corey

LIKE. Joli bord de côte.

Meilleurs vœux de France. Jean.

Nice !

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Greetings from France

LIKE. Un petit coin bien tranquille.

Bonjour de France. Jean.

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