When I drive solo along looooong stretches of remote roads, I see many things in my periphery and often forget them, especially when the musical selection that my in-car DJ (aka Yours Truly) has made is rather choice for the current terrain. I’ve been making a concerted effort to record my observations as they happen. This means that I also often tack on additional thoughts about whatever I’ve been rolling over in my head as the original observation-inducing roadside stimulus has occurred.
This can make for some interesting juxtapositions….just listen (and beware of a few possibly-not-work-friendly “cuss words”):
Coyotes And Diagnostics
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It was pretty windy last night. Got a few nice shots when I hiked up Teutonia Peak this morning, and now I’m making my way to Flagstaff.
I’m staying in Lone Pine, California tonight. Getting up at the crack of dawn and heading into Death Valley tomorrow morning for a few days of camping and shooting. It looks like the weather will be cooperating. I’m also hoping to find a nice spot to finally shoot a video for my Kickstarter campaign: http://kck.st/1eEDQxl
Earlier today, I managed to get a decent shot on my phone from the Mono Lake vista point on US 395:
Notice anything? There’s hardly any snow anywhere!!! Not a good sign.
Announcing an official press release for the Winter South 2014 kickstarter project.
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