SuperMarina's photos


  • The Mule, Somewhere in Nevada

    For lack of a better idea, we went out to the desert on our motorcycles last weekend, during the heat wave. The bike may look cool, but he was hot to the touch!

  • Fly Away


  • On the Edge



  • Death Valley, Landscape

    No trees. No vegetation. But the mountains look pretty good naked, I think.

  • Naked mountains


  • Moonlighting

    As we were heading down CA 190 towards Stovepipe Wells, we could see the moon over the mountains in the distance. It was a pretty sight so we stopped to take a few photos. However, our cameras were not quite able to capture what we saw while on the road,…


  • Death Valley, Artist's Drive

    I've been told the first Star Wars movie was filmed out here somewhere.

  • Bad Water

    Badwater, Death Valley National Park, California

  • Rhyolite, NV gas station



  • Rhyolite, NV: Thriving businesses

    Once upon a time...

  • Rhyolite, NV: railway depot

    In its heyday, Rhyolite, Nevada had electric lights, water mains, telephones, newspapers, a hospital, a school, an opera house, and a stock exchange. Sounds more civilized than Los Angeles today, though I'm not sure the Los Angeles Stock Exchange building…

  • Egret fishing



  • Egret portrait


  • I don't do landscapes

    Taking good landscape photos ought to be easy, at least if one lives in areas with the kind of landscapes common in the places I have lived; Norway, the US Pacific Northwest, Southern California, and many more. Well, it isn't that easy. At least not to m…

  • 1/640s

    For 1/640th of a second, the fish thought it might still escape...


  • Frozen in Time


  • Oooooooo O!

    At one time I thought I might be able to shoot wildlife with my 500mm mirror lens. After trying I realized this was not realistic. But the ring bokeh typical of mirror lenses would look really cool in shots of birds flying over water, so I faked it. To…

  • The one that got away

    Yes, I quite understand. The biggest one got away. Mine did too. They always do.


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