With the development of the COVID-19 virus and it’s speed of transmission, much of the world now finds themselves in quarantine. As a result, all manner of jobs are being shifted into the virtual sphere- if you can accomplish the task via video, you are now expected to make

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**This is a blog post that I wrote on an old blog site which I no longer maintain. I didn’t want to lose this record and decided to copy it here.** A question that is often asked around this time of year: Where were you on “9/11”? My son Kyle,

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A Gift of Beauty I’ll admit it, I am not a particularly talented gift giver- or giver of things. My leaning more towards a minimalistic bent might have something to do with that. (As a mother of five children and all still living at home, I view myself as a

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“Every Man” in Grand Central Station This is one of my favorite images from Grand Central Station in New York City. I have found Grand Central Station to be a challenge to photograph well. Typically, you see images of the gorgeous roof inside the main terminal area, and I do

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  This is one of my favorite images from a local open space near my home. I find that it represents so much about here, the home of my childhood and now once again my home as an adult. With its beautiful skies, gently rolling hills, and the golden grass

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Vaillancourt Fountain (1971) in San Francisco’s Justin Herman Plaza We seem to have a rather large problem with political correctness here in America. I mean, really, it’s gone completely overboard, become totally out of hand. It’s ridiculous, really. Political Correctness is for wimps. Or … is it? As I have

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  This single image of a Buckeye flower was hard-fought! As I was photographing in some vineyards, I noticed two large trees covered in spikes of flowers at the edge of vineyard near the creek. I asked one of the vineyard owners if he knew what they were, and he

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There’s a phrase I frequently repeat that goes like this: “There is no such thing as an Autistic adult.” I adopted this phrase after reading the hyperlinked blog post and often repeat it when I’m frustrated. In truth, I often find myself frustrated. Any who follow this blog will know that

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  I still pinch myself when I view this image. It has a beautiful vineyard, the moon, a huge lenticular cloud backstopped by a beautiful blue sky, a golden hill with oak trees, and it was actually clear enough to see all the way to Mt. Diablo quite some ways away

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  Even as I was creating this image, it felt like a Field of Dreams. No, it wasn’t because I very nearly stayed home in bed. (It’s true, I almost skipped heading out because I was quite tired and bleary-eyed when it was time to get up, at 5AM.) I

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Cabernet Vine Canes Being Tied © 2016 Pamela Reynoso Every day I am out at the vineyards and the best light for my fine art images has left, I search out the field workers and see what I might learn and document. Today they were pruning dead canes and tying

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Photos are All Rights Reserved and may not be copied Merlot at sunrise is a beautiful thing! I just discovered that myself this morning. :) We have been getting drenched with much-needed rain the last couple of weeks so I’ve not been able to make it out to the vineyards. Between

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Twins © 2016 Pamela Reynoso   Last week I was out practicing landscape photography and decided to pack it in a little before sunset. (And with that sentence, I can just see every landscape photographer hanging their head…I know, I know!) I’d already been out for a few hours, and

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