…and every variety of fruit tree one can imagine provide for plenty of shade and rustling breezes on this small but very productive organic farm.
…this is the Front Living Room, #1 in a series of 6 nodes photographed at this location on Christmas Day, 2006. WWP-Best of 2006.
Our route to ‘Belki’s View from the Top’ here was via the aptly named Misery Ridge Trail coming soon to another page on this website. Stay tuned for more…
Her mark on this beautiful countryside landscape is carried forward today by an entire army of dedicated gardeners…astonishingly gorgeous rhododendrons in full spring bloom.
Here’s a delightful spot along the Malecon in Santo Domingo, good for a refreshing beer or fresh fruit juice, also renowned for it’s classic Dominican menu…No matter what you come for, each guest is greeted with a sampling of “Sancocho”
Yosemite Creek emerges from miles of gentle meandering across the Eagle Creek meadows in the high Alpine backcounty north of Yosemite valley and cascades over the towering granite cliffs to meet with the Merced River far below
…this January, 2006 QTVR Pano image simply cannot duplicate the fresh salt air breezes, warm sun on white sand and cool turquoise blue waters.
The 2 course lunch offered a choice of an appetizer and a main course, or a main course and dessert. All for $39 per person, including GST. Reservations were recommended – one simply informed the entry gate of this when one arrived there. Admission rates during this period were $25.00 and their food was always complimented by the guests…
Met up with long-time good friend and fellow photographer Deigh Bates in Sumpter, OR near Baker. We explored the small townsite and remains of the enormous 1800’s floating dredge, mounds of gold mining tailings, and Sumpter’s rebuilt and restored narrow guage railroad: www.svry.com/history.html
Careful observation in this scene reveals a few ghosted canines actively perusing their place in this space…after all, it is their home and sanctuary too!
…an Old English Cottage and handsomely displaying a bronze replica Statue of Liberty mounted atop and adorned with a natural translucent mineral stone, lit from it’s interior…
The Italian Garden with its Fountain of the Three Sturgeon, cast in Florence. The garden is magical, with spring flowers in colors as lively as party confetti. Just beyond this viewpoint of the fountain lies the entrance to the seaside Japanese Garden, also stunning and alluring in it’s calming, perhaps curative properties.
About J.Dobbins Photography
John G. Dobbins is the principle owner and operator of N4m Design & Immersive Imaging, combining portrait studio and commercial photography foundations with degrees in Fine Arts, Visual Media Technology, and over 25 years of diverse graphic arts work experience in the NYC metropolitan area.