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N 1 B 12 C 0 E Jul 31, 2017 F Aug 19, 2017
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Photo captured alongside Highway 1, the Cabrillo Highway, via Minolta MD Zoom Rokkor-X 24-50mm F/4 lens and the bracketing method of photography. Coast Range. Central Coast. Big Sur Area. Monterey County, Central California. On the last day of July 2017.

Exposure Time: 1/250 sec. * ISO Speed: ISO-250 * Aperture: F/8 * Bracketing: +1 / -1 * Color Temperature: 6200 K

N 1 B 9 C 0 E Aug 11, 2017 F Aug 19, 2017
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Burney Falls is a waterfall on Burney Creek, within McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park, in Shasta County, California. The water comes from underground springs above and at the falls, which are 129 feet high, and provides an almost constant flow rate of 379 million litres per day, even during the dry summer months. Burney Creek is a tributary of the Pit River, with its mouth on the Lake Britton reservoir to the north. The falls are an example of river drainage regulated by stratigraphically-controlled springs, and also of a waterfall formed by undercutting of horizontal strata. The falls were called "the Eighth Wonder of the World" by President Theodore Roosevelt, and were declared a National Natural Landmark in December 1954.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Burney_Falls

Photo of Burney Falls captured via Minolta MD Zoom Rokkor -X 80-200mm F/4.5 Lens. McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park. Cascades Range. North State. Shasta County, Northern California. Early August 2017.

Exposure Time: 30 sec. * ISO Speed: ISO-200 * Aperture: F/8 * Bracketing: None * Filter: VĂ¼ Sion Filter ND-10 * Color Temperature: 7238 K

N 0 B 4 C 0 E Aug 11, 2017 F Aug 19, 2017
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Lots of history have flowed in this small census-designated area of a far Northern California county. Today, more or less 30 people inhabit this area; in its hey-day, nearly 300 people called this region home--most of them employed with the Afterthought Mine. With nearly 20,000 feet of shafts and tunnels and visible from the two-lane state highway, this "unofficial" California landmark, during its earlier years, was once mined for silver, gold, lead, copper and zinc. This mine eventually became one of the largest cooper mines in Shasta County. A small smelter was built in 1875 to process the ore; however, the smelter failed because of excess zinc that was found in the ore. To process the ore, another smelter was built, and a small railroad system was established to transport the ore from the mine to the smelter. Due to damages caused from the poisonous toxic fumes released from the chimney into the air, the smelter was shut down from legal actions and by 1927, operations faded away due to declining cooper and zinc prices. Operating intermittently over the years, the Coronado Cooper and Zinc Co. operated until 1952.

Photo of the remains of The Afterthought Mine captured alongside California Highway 299 and Little Cow Creek via Minolta MD Zoom Rokkor-X 24-50mm F/4 lens and the bracketing method of photography. Klamath Mountains Range. North State. Shasta County, Northern California. Early August 2017.

Exposure Time: 1/250 sec. * ISO Speed: ISO-100 * Aperture: F/8 * Bracketing: +1 / -1 * Color Temperature: 5691 K

N 3 B 55 C 0 E Aug 11, 2017 F Aug 19, 2017
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Paris, France
Summer 2017
Impressions from the city of light. An exhausting week spent walking through as much of the city as we could manage, seeing everything that could be seen given the time...and wanting so much more! I love this city and its atmosphere. Each corner of every street has something to offer the average user. We ended up walking close to 105KM (65 miles) by the end and could have easily tacked on 65 more.

Join me on my personal website Erik Witsoe or contact me at ewitsoe@gmail.com for cooperation. Thank you.

If you like my work, you can support me by giving me a like on my Facebook Erik Witsoe Photography and 500px and Twitter Instagram and also Google + Thank you for stopping by!

Tags:   paris summer louvre museum street city europe france french urban walking tourist travel destiantion ewitsoe erik witsoe destination mood art artistic vibes vibe atmosphere cityscape details wanderign canon 50mm life living

N 3 B 54 C 0 E Aug 11, 2017 F Aug 19, 2017
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Paris, France
Summer 2017
Impressions from the city of light. An exhausting week spent walking through as much of the city as we could manage, seeing everything that could be seen given the time...and wanting so much more! I love this city and its atmosphere. Each corner of every street has something to offer the average user. We ended up walking close to 105KM (65 miles) by the end and could have easily tacked on 65 more.

Join me on my personal website Erik Witsoe or contact me at ewitsoe@gmail.com for cooperation. Thank you.

If you like my work, you can support me by giving me a like on my Facebook Erik Witsoe Photography and 500px and Twitter Instagram and also Google + Thank you for stopping by!

Tags:   paris summer louvre museum street city europe france french urban walking tourist travel destiantion ewitsoe erik witsoe destination mood art artistic vibes vibe atmosphere cityscape details wanderign canon 50mm life living


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