On Sunday May 22, 2016, I stopped by the Casey Tibbs Western Center for the Ramona Santana Riders’ Gymkhana, an equestrian event consisting of speed pattern racing and timed games for riders on horses. Let me show you what that was like.
On March 5, 1929 Casey Tibbs was born to John and Florence Tibbs in rural Orton northwest of Fort Pierre in Stanley County in central South Dakota. Casey was an American cowboy, rodeo performer, and actor. He moved to Ramona in 1976, to raise horses. After battling bone cancer and then lung cancer for about […]
For me, the photos in this post truly show how beautiful and also unique the San Diego Country Estates are. The photos below were taken with a small (mirror-less) camera, mounted on a quad-copter, like seen in this “selfie”. All photos were taken in the first four months of this year, maybe the most colorful […]
JULIAN PIONEER CEMETERY the final resting place of many of Julian’s early residents. Gravesites date back to the mid 1800s. “This historical cemetery began in the 1870’s amid the clamor for gold in the hills surrounding the newly established Julian. For many pioneers, the toil of hard life ended on the hill above Julian.” … […]
“Wide Open Spaces” She needs wide open spaces Room to make her big mistakes She needs new faces She knows the high stakes Dixie Chicks – Wide Open Spaces (1998) Usually, I don’t rely on small and light action-cameras to capture high quality aerial images. Instead, I use a smaller, relatively light mirrorless photo camera, […]