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Farewell to Spring

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This spring in California like the previous one was not photogenic. Late rains in Northern California and relatively cold weather did not let the mother nature to show its all beauty. Although it was reported that some areas in Sierra were showing some decent blooming and dogwoods were fine as always in the Yosemite Valley. Can’t confirm this as we were not there. This spring we checked one of our favorite spring spots – Pacheco Park. This year we could find some patches of poppies but that is almost about it.

Anyway, we enjoyed a little hiking, good sunny weather and nice views. Here’s a couple of pictures from that trip.

Good bye Spring!

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Blooming in 2008

and a few pictures from 2 years back:

Lone oak with sky background
Lone oak with sky background (more sky)
Walking oaks

Tropical Beach

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New Victoria’s painting just posted to the gallery. Enjoy…

Tropical Beach

In Gallery Update
21Mar 08

Probably most known view of Yosemite Valley. Call it a business card or postcard. Anyway, it was hard to pass it by. This picture was taken this January when we were going skiing to the Badger Pass. Unfortunately, snow slide cut the road to the Badger and we had to turn around. We did not regret as we spent day hiking and snow downhill sledging snowy slopes of Yosemite Valley. We had a lot of fun.

Yosemite. Tunnel View.




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… and family photo from the same spot. :)


In Gallery Update
9Mar 08

Photos from the trip to Uvas Canyon which is located between Morgan Hill and San Jose, CA. This year, in contrast to previous one, is abundant with precipitation. January was especially wet. At least here in Bay Area. So last few weeks were perfect for photographing waterfalls. We did not play to do extensive hikes for this season.

Uvas Canyon is very accessible and conveniently located. Waterfall loop starts right at the parking lot and goes along the Uvas Canyon Creek. Along the the way you can see 3 relatively big waterfalls and several picturesque rapids. It’s perfect for short hikes with little kids. We’ve arrived in late afternoon and did not have much time to explore all waterfalls in the area. But those we reached and photographed were spectacular and completely worth the visit. Upper Falls and Black Rock Falls are most beautiful and biggest. First picture shows Upper Falls.

Upper Falls

Upper Falls

Uvas Canyon

Stream

P.S. Afterwards, we found out that we missed one of the park gems – Uvas Falls. No wonder, as it’s not even marked on the park maps (bump!). Here’s the link to the “missing” waterfall:

http://www.waterfallswest.com/ca-uvas-falls.html

We’ll check it out next year. :P


Diana’s Portfolio

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In Gallery Update, News
2Feb 08

Latest update. Our 5yo starts her modeling career here at pictures2.com. :) Click on any picture to get to her portfolio:

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Barbie Girl

 

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Winter Time

 

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Thinking

… and more pictures in the gallery.


Happy New Year!

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In Gallery Update, News
30Dec 07

pictures2.com is redirected to this site and working…. Happy Holidays!

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