T.M. Schultze is a San Diego area-based photographer, writer, and traveller.
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Volcan Mountain Storm Hiking My friend Alex Kunz and I decided a storm was the perfect time to get out and make some images. This time, we picked Volcan Mountain outside of Julian, California. We hiked in from the fire road to the Five Oaks Trail before reaching the summit. This is a collection of […]
April at Ocean Beach River Channel Here is a collection of images I took in April at the Ocean Beach River Channel. As always, clicking on any of the images below will launch a slide show. The Ocean Beach River Channel is where the San Diego River reaches the Pacific Ocean. There is a […]
Skipping The San Diego Fair Photo Contest I have decided to skip the 2016 San Diego Fair Photo Contest. I was a little hesitant to write this post, because I don’t want to take away the hard work done by the contest judges, or the many participants and ribbon-winners each year. I did feel I […]
A Pictorial Tribute To My Grandfather Arnold Ray House (10/24/1938 – 04/13/2016) Yesterday, my family said goodbye to Arnold Ray House, a great man, a wonderful husband, father, brother, grandparent, and great grandparent. I will say a little more about my grandfather below, but I wanted to share some images from throughout the years. Clicking […]
A Morning Clearing Storm at Figueroa Mountain This morning, I spent a stormy Spring morning up at Figueroa Mountain north of Santa Barbara near Los Olivos, California. While I was a little late for the California Spring wildflower season in 2016, I knew that California Poppies tend to bloom late and I could take advantage […]
Tracy Schultze In The Field
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