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Home: San Francisco Bay Area, California Occupation: IT Systems and Information Security Consultant Photography: Dedicated hobbyist photographer, joined Panoramio in 2007. Enjoy shooting panoramic photos as well as single-frame shots with good composition. Bad weather draws me to the camera every time -- clear skies are often too boring, visually! Enjoy traveling, though recently have been mostly in the western US.

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Historical plaque at Sonora Pass.

View from the trail just above (ENE) of the Hwy 108 Summit at Sonora Pass. Looking to the east at the left side and panning across to the SW view, the road us visible at lower right. Note that there was still snow in August at the higher peaks.

This pair of red-tail hawks are out looking for breakfast along North Flynn Road at sunrise.

Taken in January 2008. Winter is often the best time to get good sunset photos along this section of the coast. This is a panorama made from nine images shot in portrait mode after wading into knee-deep iceplant to get the position I wanted.

This bridge over Beaver Creek to reach the South and Bradley Groves in Calaveras Big Trees was built through the contributions of donors who wanted to make this more primordial section of the park accessible to more people. Its planks are adorned with the names of those donors. It sits at the edge of a beautiful meadow, about a quarter mile from the parking area.

Looking east from one of the scenic overlook turnouts along Calaveras Big Trees Parkway.

A pedestrian tunnel is cut through the cliffs to get to the Point Bonita Light Station. Before you enter the tunnel, the Golden Gate Bridge is visible to the east with the city of San Francisco beyond.

A crisp autumn day and the Monet exhibit is sold out at the Palace of the Legion of Honor in San Francisco. (Four shot panorama.)

From left: The Dorrington Hotel-Restaurant (and Real Estate Office), the Dorrington Store (currently closed) and the Lube Room (local pub).

We have a summer cabin only a couple miles from Calaveras Big Trees State Park and go several times a year to see the trees. We don't often take the steeper Overlook Trail in the North Grove, but there are wonderful trees like this one that you can't see otherwise.



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