Monthly Archives: November 2016

Horse drawn wagon on Churn Creek Road

As seen yesterday at Churn Creek and Browning. Notable, in that most horses that I see in Shasta County are unemployed.

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1890 Map of Redding meets Google Earth

This Map of Redding from 1890 matches up well with satelite imagery borrowed from Google Earth. I did these frames some time ago, but finally got around to animating them. Click to enlarge Being a rail town on a river, … Continue reading

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Super Moon over Redding

Captured this image of the recent so-called Super Moon from the deck of the Sundial Bridge. And also took these shots seen below while waiting for the moonrise. The Sundial Bridge never disappoints. Spectacular natural beauty from the center of our … Continue reading

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Shasta County Mini Maker Faire in Redding

What a fabulous event! Very well attended. From woodworking and sewing, to coding and battling robots, The Shasta Mini Maker Faire offered glimpses into the many Makers we have locally. We had an absolute blast! Thank you organizers, participants, and … Continue reading

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The Carnegie Public Library in Redding

Click to enlarge. Alas, it is no more. From Wikipedia: “A Carnegie library is a library built with money donated by Scottish-American businessman and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. A total of 2,509 Carnegie libraries were built between 1883 and 1929, including … Continue reading

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