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Hoover Dam – One Very Large Slab of Cement

Take the back road via Lake Mead National Recreation Area That is if your budget doesn’t include lake cruises, helicopter flights or guided tours. My personal opinion is to head out via East Lake Mead Blvd to the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. A few minutes east of N. Hollywood Blvd. you leave all traces […]

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Spring Ride On The East Bound California Zephyr

Long distance Amtrak is fun if you are prepared I claim a certain expertise when it comes to riding Amtrak’s long routes. In particular, the western routes have become my alternative to flying given the incredible price hikes at Southwest Airlines. If you have a flexible schedule and a few days, the Amtrak experience can […]

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My Lens | Work space, play space sometimes the same space.

Work and Play Space Wudman West Coast Style Web on one side, piano on the other. What a sandwich work and play can make of me. There are some upsides to my kind of office. It depends not even on a connection, but being part of the web does expedite publishing. This picture is more […]

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My Lens | Sierra Foothills Fall Evening Looking West

From Grizzly Flats – Fall Evening Over the Valley Long exposure shot from about 2800 feet looking west over the San Joaquin and Sacramento Valley. On a clear day you can see to Mt. Diablo. This is one of about 20 long exposure shots I took hoping to dial in a picture that would represent […]