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©R. Mabry Photography - Camera specs: Canon EOS 30D with Canons EF S18 - 55mm lens, 1/1000 sec f5.6 @ 55mm, ISO 100, Aperture priority

Proof that Oak trees get embarrassed

Sometime you are in the right place at the right time and sometimes there is a convergence of all the Ingredients of a perfect photo. Here is a beautiful photo of a cluster of oak leave turning. The color composition of the greens and the reds of the turning leaves against the deep blue sky […]

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Peggy Sues All American Car Show

It took me hours to pick this photo from the hundreds that I shot at the Peggy Sue’s All American Car Show on June 13th 2010 in Santa Rosa California. There were so many cars there that I found it difficult to pick one to spend time with. When I did pick a favorite I […]

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©R. Mabry Photography - Camera specs: Canon 1-Ds Mark II with Canons EF 70 - 200mm f/2.8L IS USM lens @ 145mm, 1/80 sec at f/2.8, ISO 800, Aperture priority, pattern metering mode

En Garde

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of visiting En Garde Fencing in Santa Rosa California. Moniteur Jim Liebich has built a fantastic fencing school. Jim offers Classes, Private Lessons and Camps as well as hosting tournaments. If you are into or even thinking about getting into Fencing I highly recommend giving Jim a […]

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An Obsession by any other name

As you all know I have an extreme fascination with rust, OK it is more of an obsession. But now I have found a new subject matter to obsess about, broken glass. This photo was taken out at Mare Island near the housing section of the base. There are many older dilapidated building that have […]

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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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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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