02.26.19 – Testing posting to this blog from my phone’s browser, as the official Android WordPress app will not save a post, it just throws error messages. Also, I am testing out an Android app, Photo Exif Editor Pro, that allows one to add exif artist/author data to a photo.
How are we at 2019 and I can’t set my name and preferred copyright into my camera phone’s camera settings to automatically write the data to the exif metadata? Adobe Lightroom for Android does not allow you to make a watermark, although they allegedly do for iOS.
Photo above taken on 01.13.19 at Huntington Cliffs, aka Dog Beach, California, by Ms. Jen with her Ssmsung Note 9.
Sun 11.13.16 – Late this afternoon, I drove down to the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve Station at the corner of Bolsa Chica Ave and Pacific Coast Highway to take photos of the Almost Super Moon as it rose in the late 4 o’clock hour. After all the photos were taken, I drove to the Huntington Cliffs parking lot at the top of Dog Beach to take photos of Mars, Venus, and Mercury in the last of the dusk. Afterwards, I walked Belle le Cane along the Cliffs. It was a lovely start to the evening.
All photos taken by Ms. Jen with her Nikon D800 and a Nikon 50mm f/1.4G lens. Please double click on the thumbnails for the larger lightbox gallery.
At the Intertidal Zone :: Dog Beach from Ms. Jen on Vimeo.
Tues 08.02.16 – I love how not every wave travels the same distance in the intertidal zone. I stood and took a long photo / short video to see how long it would be from the last wave to hit my feet to the next wave to hit my feet (39 seconds for the impatient).
Sun 06.01.14 – M. crystallinum, ice plant, as seen on the bike path to and fro Dog Beach.
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Fri 02.14.14 – The day, evening, and life of a G class star as seen from Dog Beach. Photos taken by Ms. Jen with her Nokia Lumia 1020.
Photo of Scruffy McDoglet taken at Dog Beach this morning by Ms. Jen with her Nokia Lumia 1020.
Tues 11.26.13 – Also from this morning’s walk at Dog Beach:
Sky and Sea, this morning
The sniff train
Live hermit crab in its shell, found at Dog Beach