Category Archives: Photography

California Honey Festival

A big thank you to everyone who stopped by the booth at the California Honey Festival on May 5, 2018. And an extra big thank you to all who bought art from the 3 sisters represented in the booth. These pictures snapped with my cellphone aren’t the best but I wanted to post something sooner than later to let everyone know I plan to update my blog in the next day or two with photos of items I will continue to sell on-line at an Esty store very soon. I do have some of the California rooster/sunflower posters left and also t-shirts in all 3 colors and currently all sizes (small through extra large). My email address is dianasimeroth@yahoo.com

What a great, fun day in Woodland. Thank you for coming out and supporting the Festival and the vendors.

Diana

Advertisements

Leave a comment

Filed under Art Work, IPhone Images, Misc

A day at the ranch

Leave a comment

September 22, 2017 · 8:07 pm

A Little Photoshop Cut & Paste Fun

Cover completed

Leave a comment

June 22, 2016 · 6:10 am

More Photography By Brooklyn

the ranch at sunset Savy at sunset RJ meditating me shooting L Landon with crawdad DSC_0580DSC_0593 DSC_0583DSC_0603 DSC_0345 DSC_0109 DSC_0106 DSC_0059 DSC_0045 DSC_0014 B self portrait in motiion

4 Comments

June 13, 2016 · 7:50 pm

You Would Have to Have Been There

Road to Oregon 2

Leave a comment

September 16, 2015 · 3:58 am

Day Trip’n

My original thought was to try and find Webber Lake, a place were my father had camped as a boy and where he had taken his family to camp years later as a grown man. I knew Webber Lake had been purchased by a private party and you couldn’t get in there anymore but recently I heard it was re-opening to the public. As it turns out, it won’t re-open to the public until next year.  So, detour to Independence Lake a short dirt road drive just off of Hwy 89 outside of Truckee, CA. Read about it here ->http://www.nature.org/ourinitiatives/regions/northamerica/unitedstates/nevada/placesweprotect/independence-lake.xml

With our picnic lunch in hand daddy and I trekked up the small ridge that overlooked the lake. The smell of pine was in the air and the air was cold and it was threatening to rain. We had the entire lake to ourselves. We worked fast to get out our ham sandwiches and corn chips. We decided lunch was going to be a quick deal because the wind created a chill factor that made lingering pretty uncomfortable. We managed to last long enough to eat and swill down a beer. We took our time driving back out and the weather was warmer once we got away from the lake. Daddy was having a great time exploring and he kept saying, “I think I’ve been here before.” I reminded him that he had, many times and I said, “See, you haven’t forgotten everything.” He just smiled and picked up a big granite rock to take home. (Click once on image to enlarge for full view)

Independence Lake-16 Independence Lake-14 Independence Lake-13 Independ. Lake resize 2 Independence Lake-12 - resize 3 Indep. Lake resize 1_DSC1252 (3)

Logging Lodge, Hobart Mills, 2 - resize 11 Logging Lodge, Hobart Mills - resize 12

Independence Lake-20  Independence Lake-24 Independence Lake-25 Independence Lake-27 Independence Lake-31 - resize 8 Independence Lake-32 - resize 9 Independence Lake-35 - resize 10

4 Comments

June 7, 2015 · 2:16 am

Sierra On Deck

Curious two year old Sierra Dawn explores the deck and the wonderful view of the Bijou Basin in Peyton, Colorado.Sierra on deck 6 Sierra on deck 5 Sierra on deck 4 Sierra on deck 3 Sierra on Deck 2 Sierra on deck 1

Leave a comment

May 19, 2015 · 12:49 am

Where is the pool?

_DSC1031

Leave a comment

May 14, 2015 · 1:27 am

Simpson Pears

Pear for blog

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

My extended family owed several hundred acres in the Sierra Foothills dating back to the late 1800’s. They were farmers and grew many things on The Ranch over the years. My great grandfather, George Simpson, was a drinker and a gambler and unfortunately he gambled away much of the family homestead. Thank goodness for the women folk in the family because my great grandmother had the good sense to take over the family farm business and preserve a chunk for future generations. At some point over those years long ago, a pear and apple orchard was planted. Last Fall I shot a few pictures of these heirloom pears shortly after my brother picked them at a family gathering. While they were a gorgeous array of yellows and greens, I converted the shot to a black and white photo because I thought the fruit made for an interesting still life on the long, log table.

2 Comments

April 14, 2015 · 1:43 am

Cheers!!

Glasses

Leave a comment

March 26, 2015 · 6:41 am