Roughly, Millenium

This photo shows the Marin Headlands landscape just after dark from the Point Bonita Lighthouse. Mark and I were lucky enough to be able to photograph from the lighthouse after sunset last week on a docent-led photo tour. The shadow on the massive cliff is of the walkway over to the lighthouse, and the lights in the distance are Muir Beach.

I’m using this photo to mark roughly my 1000th post on Photoblog 2.0. Literally, this is post number 1004, but I have deleted a few posts now and then. So, roughly, a millenium of stories and photos. And, by the way, my photostream on Flickr just passed the quarter of million views mark (yes, that is 250,000!). So, welcome the new millenium.

In the beginning: Who put these ducks adrift in a bathtub so wide? Read more.
Post 101: I’m continuing to play with my marbles… Read more.
Post 201: Should I buy a Canon or a Nikon? Read more.
Post 300: Julian and I went over to Indian Rock for sunset… Read more.
Post 400: I’m pleased to present this triptych of poppy photos… Read more.
Post 500: Some people have bird baths, plastic gnomes, wishing wells, or pink flamingos in their garden… Read more.
Post 598: I’ve been reading Dan Margulis’s masterful Photoshop LAB Color: The Canyon Conundrum and Other Adventures in the Most Powerful Colorspace… Read more.
Post 700: The patterns in this image of the forest in snow don’t make for a grand statement… Read more.
Post 800: This is a photo of early morning in Yosemite Valley from Leidig Meadow… Read more.
Post 900: A great bank of fog has covered the Bay area, so it’s a little hard to remember that this past week was summer… Read more.
Post 1001: I’ve never blogged this photogram of a Peruvian Lily… Read more.
This entry was posted in Digital Night, Landscape, Photography, San Francisco Area.

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