Hometown, Around Town, Brookings-Harbor

Posted by on Sep 10, 2013 in Pelican Bay National Park | 5 Comments

What is it that draws people here to live, work & play? A good place to start is its natural beauty. Another place to look is at industry and the jobs it provides. Brookings is fortunate to still have several lumber mills. What I find interesting is the global connection as the mill’s output goes […]

Low Tide

Posted by on Sep 8, 2013 in Pelican Bay National Park | 9 Comments
Low Tide

  Great time to visit the tide zone when the ocean rolls back. Note the little specks on the barnacles – each of them is alive too. Enjoy the revealed beauty. It’s a bird twofer, but when the rocks are revealed, it’s the starfish that are abundant.  Sensuality and the sea.  Low tide is feast time […]

Friday Art Project – Assault On Battery Point

Friday Art Project – Assault On Battery Point

Though posted previously, this is a good reminder of the power of the sea, the lure of the area and the beauty that surrounds us. All to be found in Pelican Bay National Park – it’s more than a place, it’s a state of mind.

Breaking For Home

Posted by on Sep 3, 2013 in Pelican Bay National Park | 4 Comments
Breaking For Home

We have a photography rich environment close to home: redwoods, dunes, wild rivers, rocky shores and wetlands. This  fog touched image is near one of those unnamed wetlands that help the lower Smith River breathe.   This shot was taken nearby at Yontocket. Yontocket was the site of an Indian massacre in 1853 and is now […]