September 25, 2007

mossy tree


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photo by Donald Kinney

Way up on Mt. Tamalpais, near the intersection of Ridgecrest and the Fairfax to Bolinas Road, is a low spot on the ridge...  Fog funnels through this spot like a freight train...   It's usually always wet and drippy up there, even if it isn't foggy...   It's a very mossy place...


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6 comments:

JoAnn - NL "My digital eyes" :) said...

Hi Photo a day,

What a great photography blog do you have here! I see you like a 'sober style' of nature and other subjects... very pretty, I do a mixture of travel , nature and 'what I see through my camera,
your very welcome to visit again my blog!

I found your comment.Is your name Donald? I quess so...YES? Thank you so much for visiting my DUTCH/ENGLISH blog, I feel flattered that you liked the black and white cows-collage, typical Dutch cows. When you click on the labels 'cows' yu will find all the cows I publiced , also coloured.

Well I hope you enjoy visit my blog, I will visit yours in return , any tips suggestions are always welcome:)

JoAnn from Holland

photowannabe said...

The Redwoods are so magical to me. I love the majestic cathedral feel of being in them. Great description of the fog funneling through like a freight train. Its a perfect picture.

photowannabe said...

Don, just went to your daily duo page and I am so happy to be able to enlarge those. You really have some prize winning shots.
The pale pink rose looks like a porcelin piece of art. They would make fabulous large wall pictures.

sattvicwarrior said...

great shots!!!!!!! we live in a MAGIC part of the world dont we??:)

sattvicwarrior said...

have you done any in NOE VALLEY????

Anna said...

That my friend, is one mossy tree! :)

 
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