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Random new work, old work, travel, fun stuff and general comments about the technical and artistic facets of photography by California landscape/nature photographer Mark Alan Meader.
Ghost Town #2
2018-02-17 21:37
Old Building, PioneertownPioneertown was built by western actors Gene Autry and Roy Rodgers in the 1940's as a movie set outside the desert town of Yucca Valley, near Joshua Tree.  Now… Read More
Elfin Forest
2018-02-14 18:37
Pygmy Oaks; Morro Bay CaliforniaOaks, centuries old, but stunted in their growth by the local environment at El Moro Elfin Forest, near Morro Bay on the central California coast. Can't walk… Read More
Desert Survivor
2018-02-11 21:09
Borrego Palm Canyon, CaliforniaSomehow this little cottonwood survives in the harsh Borrego Desert environment, growing by the little stream that flows down from the mountains, through the o… Read More
2018-01-30 21:44
Fonts Point, Anza BorregoStanding on Fonts Point in the Anza Borego State Park, looking west towards Borrego Springs. The common views you see of this location are taken in the opposite dire… Read More
Watson Lake
2017-12-14 20:14
Watson Lake in Prescott, AZ.   Contemplating a move move to this area someday in the not too distant future. Nice place to retire and much closer to all the places I love to explor… Read More
Old Ranch
2017-12-12 05:05
Desert view from the adobe ruins at Ryan Ranch, in Joshua Tree. A location that I had missed, despite being in the area many times over the years.  Read More
Back To The Sea
2017-12-09 20:18
Boom! - La Jolla, CaliforniaI do love living in the mountains, but sometimes I miss the ocean... luckily it's not that far away. My go-to spot when I need some inspiration.. not just photogr… Read More

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