Posts Tagged ‘San Gabriel Mountains’

Infinite Flow: West Fork

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  Sunlight reflected on running water. And the reflection of a tree.   West Fork of the San Gabriel River, in the San Gabriel Mountains, above Azusa.                                  

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Infinite Flow: Lytle Creek

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Sunlight reflecting off the flowing waters of Lytle Creek. (San Gabriel Mountains, near Fontana)                                        

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Dusk and Night on the Angeles Forest Highway

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Stream: San Gabriel River above Azusa.

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The East Fork of the San Gabriel River, near the entrance to the Bridge to Nowhere hike. Above Azusa, in the San Gabriel Mountains. A little flow.                                

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Water: Sunlight Reflected on Flow

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Trees shade the tiny streams high up in the San Gabriel Mountains. But between the brown branches and green leaves the hot summer sun shins through. The sharp sunlight reflects in swirls and patters on top of the flowing water.

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Hiking Los Angeles: Fish Canyon, With that New Car Smell

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     Fish Canyon is open, and the waterfalls are flowing.      I want to write that first line in all BOLD CAPS.      Because that hasn’t been said in 30 years.      Fish Canyon, in the San Gabriel Mountains above Azusa and Duarte, used to be humming with people. Cabins were scattered along the trail […]

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Hiking Los Angeles: Abandoned Dawn Mine

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      There are three ways to hike to the abandoned Dawn Mine above Altadena: the first is closed, the second is over-grown, but the third, in a metaphorical bear sense, is just right.       John W. Robinson, in his book “Trails of the Angeles: 100 Hikes in the San Gabriels,” says that Dawn Mine is […]

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Night Photography: San Gabriel Mountains and Pasadena

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More wandering about with a tripod at night. This time up in the San Gabriel Mountains, and on Orange Grove Blvd in Pasadena. Orange Grove Blvd, Pasadena, looking south. The clouds/fog rolling in as the sun sets in the valley directly below Mount Wilson. This is how fast the earth is spinning, the streaks are […]

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Some Pretty, Los Angeles

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Los Angeles, the huge sprawling metropolis of gray sidewalks, black streets and angry drivers. But there beautiful moments. San Gabriel Mountains, above Altadena, early morning. San Gabriel Mountains, sunset, with flash of car lights on Angeles Crest Highway. Plant, lining York Blvd, on the edge of the 110. Flower and bee, on the Arroyo Seco […]

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Los Angeles at Night, Freeways and Mountains and Stars

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I walk the streets at night, and sometimes even the mountains. A tripod, shutter release, and patience.

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The Scattered Waves Above My House Were Pretty Last Night

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Last night there was a warm glow waving through my window, so I went to the roof to find out what was going on. The clouds were going on, so was the sun, and that whole scattering* of light through the atmosphere thing as well. Being a photographer, I must look at it through a […]

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Stars above the San Gabriel Mountains

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The other night, me, my tripod and my camera sat by the side of the road on Angeles Forest Highway, in the San Gabriel Mountains, above Los Angeles. Please click on the thumbnail to open a larger photograph.

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