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Photographic Tour of California’s Wildflower Bloom

California Bloom of the Decade

For dozens of years, the thirsty deserts lay waiting for rain. As drought set in, fires ravaged the parched forests but the desert just waited for the pernicious El Nino weather patterns to shift back. Only through recent climatology study, have we seen the profound effect of El Nino droughts from sparking the French Revolution to spawning the dust bowls of America’s Great Depression. In California, it was visible in dry, parched earth.

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Exploring the DC Cherry Blossoms

In 1912, the mayor of Tokyo gave America a gift of 3,000 cherry trees. They arrived diseased and many died. In true Washington fashion, this simply represented an opportunity for more gifts and to hold more ceremonies. This was a nice trip. I got some good pictures and the timing of the bloom was spectacular. I was also reminded of why it is so important to be an adventurist and to travel true to yourself. I didn’t sweat the planning and in return, I didn’t savor the trip.

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Combat Photography in Antelope Canyon

The mantra of military logistics is hurry up and wait, which perfectly describes our tour of Antelope Canyon. We booked with Adventurous Antelope Canyon well in advance for a three canyon photo tour and a three canyon hiking tour. We even purchased our photo release from the Navajo Tribe well in advance. All we had to do was wait for our trip, practice low light photography, and check the forecast 72 hours before arriving so we could reschedule for inclement weather.

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