In these strange days we live in, I leave my front door, get in the car and do a 3/4 tankful of gas that brings me back to my house with no social interaction. Here are some photographs I have made in my travels.
May 8th, 2021
I had been sitting around the house for about two weeks and decided to go explore. I found myself on top of a 4805 foot mountain with a lookout tower and communications equipment. The drive was intense, a very narrow rough dirt and sometimes rough paved road. The last 500 feet had to be made on foot, however, I was rewarded with a majestic view of the eastern San Diego CA county. What an amazing view!
The trails were pretty steep
January 26th, 2021
We had a nice snow event here in eastern San Diego County. I dedicate this entry to the men and women who protect the flat launders from what they think is going to be a great day in the snow. They don't realize that one is unable to get to the snow 12 hours after a major storm. Kinda like surfers in a hurricane eh?
January 20th, 2021
We got our first rain of the season and I went out to the desert to see what it looks like when it's wet
Beautiful Desert Scene
My lil adventure car
Beautiful Desert Scene
January 6th, 2021
I got tired of hanging around the house. I got my new tires and an oil change on my adventure car. So off I went on a 300 mile road trip around southeastern California. I used all my cameras including film cams. I have to wait for the film to be developed. The photos of the campground was built in the 1930s!
December 3, 2020
My tribute to the Truckers across America, and the world over.
All these trucks were stranded due to a bad Santa Ana wind condition. I met many great guys, especially Armando, who is based out of El Paso, Texas. He has at home 5 boys and a wife (she takes care of the home front). He is out maybe 6 days a week and then home for two days and then back out again. He mentioned that to be a "Trucker", one needs a love of the open road, the long drives, and being out seeing America!
November 12, 2020
I went out to photograph a decayed resort here in eastern San Diego. I looked up the street and saw a bunch of train cars. I decided to go look and see. I met a gentleman that had great stories of the cars here.I'm glad I took the time to check it out!