Author Archive | Ray Mabry

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Gearing Up For Amgen 2010

With Amgen Tour of California, just a couple of weeks away on Monday May 17th, I thought I would share this 2008 photo from downtown Santa Rosa taken as the racers arrived. The SoCoPhoGro (Sonoma County Photography Group) is meeting up to shoot this years event. Do you have a camera and want the opportunity […]

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Scarlet Bloom Ready For A Closeup

Another wonderful Sonoma County Photography Group excursion this past week. Remy and I, co-founders of our photography group (it free to join!), headed out to “Quarryhill Botanical Gardens” in Glen Ellen, California. We took photos of all kinds of Asian botanicals. If you live in Northern California go visit this wondrous place. If are planning […]

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Opening Night In Paradise

Last night I had the pleasure to be at the season opening of the “Wines & Sunsets in Paradise” that Paradise Ridge Winery hosts on each Wednesday evening beginning April 7th and continuing through October 27th. Visit the Paradise Ridge Winery website to get all the details. If you get the chance to attend this […]

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Quick Tip: Photography in the Rain

April Showers This time of the year with its crisp and clear air is magical for getting those beautiful wet pavement shots. At night after (and sometime during) a good rain the wet and shiny streets of your local (or not so local) downtown city reflects the brilliant lights to create colorful and vivid imagery. […]

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Abstract Flower

As I was scrolling through my archives I came across a series of photos that I took in a sculpture garden a few years back. This is one of my favorite close-up shots of a ceramic sculpture that if memory serves me right was a flower montage. If you look closely there are cracks in […]

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How To Catch Light In Motion

I had a great opportunity come to fruition this past week that has been in the works for about 4 months. Haus Fortuna is an incredible shop in Petaluma that specializes in elegant imported Italian ceramics and high-end housewares. They also feature local artists. I officially have over 50 pieces for sale in the retail […]

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