dave's 365 project

Day 357 – sunset after the rains

Posted in Landscapes by Dave on December 23, 2010

With the record rains finally over, I was happy to see the sun setting on this field. We had nearly our annual rainfall in just 5 days!

 

Day 342 – mossy rocks

Posted in Landscapes by Dave on December 8, 2010

On the way home, I quickly stopped by La Jolla beach to shoot a few for day 342.  This beach is amazing and today was just beautiful.

Day 260 – Burnt Out

Posted in concepts, Landscapes by Dave on September 17, 2010

How appropriate for the end of a long week. I noticed this as I was driving home from an appointment today.

Clearly there was a recent brush fire that went through here. I pulled off the road to capture the aftermath. There is a residence less than 100 yards from where I am standing. It’s amazing how well the fire departments control fires and protect homes.

It serves as a warning that fire season is upon us.  To see this same area in better times, view my Day 54 shot here.

Day 250: La Jolla Cove Rocks

Posted in Landscapes, Places by Dave on September 9, 2010

I worked down in San Diego today so took the opportunity to swing by La Jolla Cove. The place is so beautiful, I just wish I had more time there. I only had enough time to snap a few and then get back to work.

Day 227: Shadow Ridge

Posted in Landscapes by Dave on August 18, 2010

Just another view of the golf course we stayed at.

Day 216: Golden Hour

Posted in Landscapes by Dave on August 6, 2010

The “golden hour” is about an hour before and after sunset. I rarely get to shoot during this time frame due to work and family time. Today, I did and this image is the result.

Day 150 – Kapalua Beach

Posted in Landscapes, Places by Dave on May 31, 2010

This is a beautiful snorkeling beach.

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Day 149 – Haleakala Volcano

Posted in Landscapes, Places by Dave on May 29, 2010

This is the view from 10,000 feet above sea level at the top of the Haleakala Volcano.

The clouds you see are sitting at about 6,000 feet. I heard that this is the steepest road in the US. You go from sea level to 10,000 feet in about 20 miles.

It is really breathtaking to be so high at the rim of a volcano. Otherworldly.