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Redding’s Ribbon Bridge after the Carr Fire

Aerial footage from the day they re-opened Redding’s Sacramento River Trail on the north side. The bridge itself was closed due to the Carr Fire. I posted this on Facebook saying it wasn’t as bad as I’d feared. That comment … Continue reading

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12 Angry Men at Riverfront Playhouse

Just returned from “12 Angry Men” at Riverfront Playhouse. Brilliant concept and execution! An immersive experience. Really hits home if you’ve ever served on a jury. The superb acting just draws you in. Runs until July 7. Highly recommended. More … Continue reading

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Sundial Bridge from above the Sacramento River in Winter

The post title says it all. We got a little break in the weather and so I went looking for something to photograph.   Same view from a lower altitude. Here’s a couple fishermen casually discussing something or another, while standing … Continue reading

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Good morning Redding, at 32F.

Taken on a late February morning. About 32 f.

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Chamise Peak Trail delivers a splendid perspective

A rare view that includes both Castle Crags on the left, and the 3 Shastas to the right. A perspective gained from the top of the Chamise Peak Trail just north of Redding. The Chamise Peak Trail is considered “easy.” … Continue reading

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Nathan’s Artisan Sourdough Bread

Nathan makes amazing bread in his home kitchen in Fall River Mills, and sells it at Redding’s Farmer’s Market on Saturday mornings. Our favorite is the Organic Garlic Asiago. Glorious! “Ingredients: Organic wheat flour, water, organic sourdough culture, garlic, asiago … Continue reading

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Smokejumpers practice their skills

I was in Mountain Gate when I happened upon these smokejumpers practicing. Click any image to enlarge. Check out the person standing in at the door. Jump! So, these folks jump leap from perfectly good airplanes… …into forests of pointy … Continue reading

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High water release at Shasta Dam

A series of views of the Shasta Dam spillway running at high water release I captured on Feb 12 2017. This water flows into the Sacramento River. I believe the flow was around 70,000 cubic feet per second at this … Continue reading

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Images of Redding from the West

A view of my favorite city beneath a snowbound Lassen Peak. Taken from a friend’s home in West Redding. And look for Redding’s big flag in the lower middle. Thank you Enterprise Lion’s Club for maintaining Redding’s iconic big flag! … Continue reading

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The Miracle Mile in Redding

As seen from 100 meters, the morning after the longest night in 2016. Click to enlarge. That’s north Hilltop Drive on the left. If this is your morning commute, congratulations! It’s Really Redding.

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