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Author Archives: Richard Gessford
The general concensus is giant lens flares spoil nice landscapes, and in spite of how good smart phone cameras are getting to be these days they are still very much prone to it as you can see here. Especially when … Continue reading
Rain and snow must know rivers return to the sea Eventually.
Imagine 30 million years ago; a young Cascade volcano lays down a tropical forest with its mighty eruption. Great tree filled mudflows choke rivers and form tidewater bogs. Layers of volcanic ash from repeated Cascade range eruptions set like concrete … Continue reading
Days getting shorter, And the nights growing colder. Soon there will be snow.
Dory boat fishing for sea bass and crab off the beach at Pacific City, summer 2016.
Salmon catching with great friends at our (not so secret) salmon catching location.
The Mars curiosity rover is a nuclear powered golf cart loaded with scientific gear currently exploring the surface of Mars. It was launched from Cape Canaveral on November 26, 2011 and it touched down on the surface of Mars August … Continue reading
Featuring the Albright knot.