June 2020 has come and gone. It’s time to discuss my latest Photo of the Month, LM130, from my drive through the Laguna Mountains.
Since the pandemic began, I have severely cut back on my intra-County travel for photography. Even with life slowly opening up, I haven’t been out as much as usual. What follows is a roll-up of some recent experiences in our beautiful Laguna Mountains.
I am staying inside but I am aware of the beautiful clouds outside! So on that note, I have decided to work on the archive and share some of my favorite cloud photographs. Let’s call them Cloudscapes.
My March 2020 Photo of the Month is LM115, taken in early March during a rainstorm clearing the Laguna Mountains in San Diego County.
My August 2019 Photo of the Month is LM111, taken from San Diego County’s beautiful Garnet Peak in the Laguna Mountains.
One of the issues with digital photography is simple and obvious: what does one do with too many images? I have decided to create a new series focusing on an image (or set of images) that I haven’t previously processed in Adobe Lightroom. This is…Unprocessed Sunday.
My May 2019 Photo of the Month is LM110, taken in the Laguna Mountains during a large storm.
My September 2018 Photo of the Month is LM3, a black and white photography of Garnet Peak from Foster Point in San Diego County’s Laguna Mountains.
My July 2018 Photo of the Month is Summer Overlook, taken at the Pine Valley overlook along San Diego County’s Sunrise Highway.