[ratpack] Re: This past weekend...

Well I believe it was John Steinbeck that said the Monterey Peninsula was
the most beautiful meeting of land and sea. I believe him, Monterey has
always been my wife and I's most favorite places in the world, after Lake
Tahoe. There is lots to see and shoot. If you get a chance after the days
events at the track you should drive down the coast and visit
*Julia*Pfeiffer Burns State park, there you'll find McWay Falls
falling off a cliff
right into the Pacific Ocean in a very pretty and secluded bay (
http://www.rodneyloughjr.com/index.html?display=ImageDetails.html&CollectionID=26&ImageKey=BLULAGON&session_id=24124QfF8qigh24mVKdJLXBN7KGBWB2BfPMT0).
A very romantic spot! Don't forget your tripod though. If ya tells the kids
it's a romantic spot they'll run from the car, mine always did.LOL

And it was Robert Duvall in Apocolypse Now, Marlon Brando said 'Oh the
madness' or something like that. But Robert Duvall stole the show.

Dr Z

On Tue, Jul 27, 2010 at 1:32 PM, Larry Knight <carpixguy@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> If the roses smell like 110 octane racing fuel, count me in!! What did
> Marlon Brando say in Apocolypse Now " I love the smell of ethanol in the
> morning"???
> While I am in Monterey, I will attempt to take some pictures of the Ocean.
> How is that for branching out. That of course assumes I don't fill up all my
> memory cards with car pictures.
>
> If a car-nut job like me really likes one of you none car pictures (and I
> like your car pics too) then you really have something threre!!
> Nice job Dr. Z. (but don't look for me at the Natural Photographers
> covention anytime soon)
> Larr
>
> On Tue, Jul 27, 2010 at 1:00 PM, Michael Wells <mcwellsphoto@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
>
>> Larry,
>>
>> There is a world outside of the race track, this is where the 'stop and
>> smell the roses' speech would kick in. You should try it sometime.
>>
>> Dr Z
>>
>>
>> On Tue, Jul 27, 2010 at 12:37 PM, Larry Knight <carpixguy@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
>>
>>> So Dr. Z you know that I don't like much else besides motorsports
>>> photography, but I think the depladated bar picture is excellent, nice
>>> work!!!
>>> Larr
>>>
>>>   On Mon, Jul 26, 2010 at 10:29 PM, Michael Wells <
>>> mcwellsphoto@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>
>>>> All,
>>>>
>>>> So I spent the better part of Sat & Sun baking out in the hot sun
>>>> shooting motorcycles (http://www.pbase.com/twistedlight/mom_4). Not too
>>>> much of special interest a few riders off the track, I got some shots of 
>>>> one
>>>> of the riders but it was far away and in a cloud of dust. I did like how 
>>>> the
>>>> one shot of the rider zooming across the finish line turned out, I had to 
>>>> go
>>>> through a bunch of shutter clicks to catch that one rider.
>>>>
>>>> So on the way home I turned right coming out of the track instead of
>>>> left, road less traveled and all. I haven't been down this road for more
>>>> than 20 years so it has changed quite a bit. Well any way I was driving
>>>> along enjoying the view when I passed this dilapidated old homestead, well 
>>>> I
>>>> couldn't just pass this up so I grabbed the camera and shot this. I really
>>>> think it would look cool with about a foot of snow so I'll have to make a
>>>> return visit this next winter.
>>>>
>>>> Well enjoy the shot of the crumbling house and bikes on the track and
>>>> I'll see you at the next race.
>>>>
>>>> Dr Z
>>>>
>>>> --
>>>> Dr. Z
>>>> aka Michael Wells
>>>> MCWells Photography
>>>> mcwellsphoto@xxxxxxxxx
>>>> 801-850-7279
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>
>>
>> --
>> Dr. Z
>> aka Michael Wells
>> MCWells Photography
>> mcwellsphoto@xxxxxxxxx
>> 801-850-7279
>>
>
>


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Dr. Z
aka Michael Wells
MCWells Photography
mcwellsphoto@xxxxxxxxx
801-850-7279

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