These are images scanned from my 1969 Salt Lake City slides. This is a standard PFE ice dock. It is long gone. Click to enlarge images.
From time to time, I visit my collection of slides and other image formats that I have accumulated since the year I started taking photographs, 1961, and select my “favorites” of the day. Here are today’s selections. Click to enlarge. … Continue reading
These photographs were taken one smoggy day at the famous Tehachapi Loop. The loop and adjacent area is always good for a busy show. The loop is an astounding sight and is well worth the trip; you will not be disappointed. … Continue reading
I recently was browsing images in my archive of photographs I’ve taken over the years. Just for the hell-of-it, I selected and edited the images below. No story is told by the images shown, except, I had a great time … Continue reading
THE SOUTHERN PACIFIC RAILROAD EXERCISED THEIR RIGHT TO A ROUTE THROUGH THE CAJON PASS BY CONSTRUCTING A NEW LINE FROM COLTON TO PALMDALE. THE NEW LINE SAW ITS FIRST REVENUE FREIGHT TRAIN IN 1967. ON SEVERAL OCCASIONS, I MADE TRIPS TO THE CONSTRUCTION SITE … Continue reading
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THESE PHOTOGRAPHS ARE FROM MY COLLECTION OF COLOR SLIDES. THE SELECTION WAS BASED ON NOTHING MORE THAN I LIKE THEM. I SCANNED THE SLIDES USING A plustek 7600i SCANNER WITH VueScan SOFTWARE. THE ONLY IMAGE CORRECTION DURING SCANNING WAS WHITE … Continue reading