Sand Mountain

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The dunes are most frequently visited by buggy and bike enthusiasts.  I probably caught this image on a lucky day when the dunes had only a couple of visitors.  The photo was taken about 100 feet north of higfhway 50.  The feature where I was standing is called Fourmile Flat. The sand dunes are reported to be “singing” but never during the time of my visit. The sand is said to have originated from Lake Lahontan which dried up 9,000 years ago.

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A coyote poses for me in the forest.  After passing by, the coyote lays down to watch me photograph.  He is not as near as he seems as this was take with a stabilized 400mm lens on a Nikon D300.
A coyote poses for me in the forest.  After passing by, the coyote lays down to watch me photograph.  He is not as near as he seems as this was take with a stabilized 400mm lens on a Nikon D300.

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View from Moon Rocks : Prints Available

This image gives me the feeling of the old west and remoteness. The Winnemucca Valley stretches to the clouds and hills in the distance.

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Changing Weather Over Half Dome : Prints Available

Very unusual cloud conditions made this an interesting day.

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Yet another magnificant view of El Capitan.

This blog finds it way into my website during April of 2016. I wish it to be a faithful manuscript of my thoughts and actions.