I am very excited to have four of my pictures featured in the Carson Valley Chamber of Commerce 2018 Calendar. This is the fourth year the Chamber has featured my images in their calendar.
Contact the Chamber at http://www.carsonvalleynv.org/ or by calling 775-782-9490 if you want to purchase a copy.
I submitted 12 images this year.
This view of Jobs Peak was taken just south of Mottsville Lane.
I was out one snowy morning and made this image of the historic buildings in Genoa. This image is featured on our Christmas cards this year.
These horses on Waterloo Lane have become a favorite subject. When I arrived the day I made the image, the horses were scattered about their pasture, but these two walked up to each other as if to say, ‘Do you think he has something for us to eat?’
Spring was still young when I made this image along the Carson River Trail.
The main building in Mormon Station State Park on a snowy day.
I shot from a low angle for this view of Jake’s Wetlands in Minden.
A storm was approaching over the Sierra Nevada Mountains in this image made from Foothill Road.
Jobs Peak as seen from the Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park on a summer day.
And the winners are:
JUNE: The Dangberg Home Ranch Historic Park at the end of the rainbow. I checked – no gold!
JULY: the Waterloo Lane horses on a nicer day.
AUGUST: The Carson River as seen from the Carson River Trail.
DECEMBER: I found these four deer along Foothill Road near Jacks Valley and made this wildlife panorama.
Enjoy – PHOTOROGR
Today’s PS Challenge include 2 images (landscape and detail) taken at Jake’s Wetlands in Minden NV. I found these Daisies on a hillside along the path on the southwest side of the wetlands. The view of Jobs Peak and the Sierras in the background is a bonus!
Enjoy – PHOTOROGR