This past Saturday after I failed to find where the rest of my com padres were taking photographs I ended up at Greenhorn park. My initial intent was to take some photographs of the park features that could be used in the Yreka Chamber visitors guide.
I took the usual walk down the old mining town buildings and then over to the new pavilions.
With the sun breaking through the fog it made for some nice partially defrosted images. I liked this one of the new bridge.
All of these photographs I took with my 24-120mm f/4 lens. I then switched to my 300mm with my 1.4x teleconverter for some bird and wildlife shots. I’ll share those in the next few days. I am also working on a review of the Sigma 150-500mm Zoom that Linda graciously let me borrow for the morning.
Nothing spectacular in these photographs….I simply enjoyed the light of the morning sun and the opportunity to be out in nature!