1 A California song, A prophecy and indirection, a thought impalpable to breathe as air, A chorus of dryads, fading, departing, or hamadryads departing, A murmuring, fateful, giant voice, out of the earth and sky, Voice of a mighty dying tree in the redwood forest dense. Farewell my brethren, Farewell O earth and sky, farewell… Read More “Song of the Redwood-Tree” by Walt Whitman
This is the tale of two Fradkins: 1. Philip Fradkin 1974 and 2011 2. Philip Fradkin, father and Alex Fradkin, his son. Philip and Alex have published The Left Coast – California On The Edge, written by Philip, with accompanying photos taken by Alex. The two have spent the past five years writing about, and snapping… Read More The Golden Left Coast on the Edge
Forever Stoked 6th Annual Artshow Saturday – September 17, 2011 San Bernardo Creek Ranch – Morro Bay CA The FS Studio/Showroom is located on a gorgeous 1200 acre ranch where they unveil most of their newest work. Many FS artists will be in attendance.
Twelve years ago Paul (Pike) Seeger joined Seger & Strauss. He’s handled a bunch of high-profile pro bono cases and was twice elected President of the National Bar Association. Pike taught Constitutional Law and Trial Practice at both USC and UCLA law. He’s filed some big-time lawsuits, made national headlines during the seventies as a litigator,… Read More Gaviota by Erik O’Dowd
North by coast road we drove through stands of redwood tagged for the lumberman’s axe, past alpine villages and herds of humped cattle in a kind of gorse, to stop by the postcard bridge arched over silted wetlands, the sand creating nests beasts might crawl to fill. So little left unmarred where we rode in… Read More Coast Road by E.G. Burrows
Video shot one week before the mid-March slide at Rocky Creek. Enjoy the trip while we wait for the road to be repaired. GoPro Hero Suction Mount
I want to experience uncrowded beaches in California, when the only hazard might be a sloth of grizzlies feeding off a whale’s washed-up carcass. I’d like to regard old growth redwood forests, when they weren’t yet old, and certainly not pockmarked by logging. I’d like to see skies blackened by birdlife, including a condo of… Read More Remember those Forgotten Landscapes of California