Photo Trek in Northern California

I began on Suisun Valley Road, Suisun Valley, California where I took a photo of a vineyard. Then I drove along Shiloh Road to take two photos of mustards with Mount Diablo in the background and some wind towers. Again I took another group of wind towers along Birds Landing Road. The next day I took three photos of snow geese and seagulls along Desmond Road in Cosumnes River Preserve. The last photo I took of swans and ducks along Woodbridge Road near the Woodbridge Ecological Reserve. It was a pleasant winter outing with signs of early spring.

Shiloh Wind Project Rio Vista, California

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Here are four pictures I took of the Shiloh Wind Project near Rio Vista, California. The huge wind turbines seem to co-exist in harmony with the sheep ranches in the area. Great to see so many baby lambs. I used a Nikon D600 FX with Nikkor 20mm and 50mm lenses. It’s nice to see lots of green renewable energy.

Shiloh Wind Project Revisited

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Here are six pictures I took roaming around the Shiloh Wind Project area near Rio Vista, California. It is interesting to me to see how the wind tower farms blend with the agricultural pastures and ranches in the region. I used a Nikon D600 with a Nikkor 70 to 300mm telephoto lens and a Nikkor 20mm wide angle lens. I find green energy fascinating to observe.

Sun Sighting Between Storms.

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When the sun came out last Saturday, I grabbed my camera and went to shoot some pictures of the Shiloh II Wind Project near Rio Vista along Highway 12 in California.  These are the first pictures that I took with a new prime lens, Nikkor 1.8G 35mm DX APS. It’s considered a normal lens for Nikon DX cameras. It’s very small, light, and fast. It has been a long time since I have took pictures with a normal prime lens. Here are some results.