Earth Day & the mighty pen

Alan Gignoux, Mountain Tops to Moonscapes, copyright 2012 While recently discussing Earth Day and what I can do about affecting climate change, I sort of had a brain fart and skipped over one of the most important elements that I have at hand; my editorial capabilities to write and discuss the issues of climate change.... Continue Reading →

Trail Head – O’Neill Park

O’Neill Park, 2021 Copyright Douglas Stockdale - I think that I have to admit that I am still a landscape junkie. Yeah, I know, I need some therapy, so I get to blame this on my anxiety, so it ain't my fault. Yeah, right, as though there was someone else who composed this photograph and pressed... Continue Reading →

Costal foggy landscape, end of summer

Over last weekend I needed to drive down to San Diego and pick-up some family at the airport and in the morning was greeted with some heavy fog, as I discussed in an article yesterday. Hmmm. A potentially interesting photographic opportunity seemed to be in the making. Where as the Restricted signage at this Vista... Continue Reading →

Samsung s21 Ultra and IG issues

Yesterday was a bit weird. I was attempting to add the above photograph to my IG as a part of a three-post discussion of my short walk down the Arroyo Trabuco while spending time at the creek. The photo appeared to have been posted on Instagram (IG), and then it did not. Poof! Disappeared. Huh?... Continue Reading →

Post Instagram world?

  There is an interesting article by Josh Rose, an LA professional photographer, posted in Medium about the latest changes at Instagram as to how these effect professional photographers. First, interesting to read how pros had adapted to the early stages of Instagram in terms of how to create jobs and income, and what were... Continue Reading →

Memory Pods featured today on VoyageLA.com

Untitled (Memory Pods) 2018 copyright Douglas Stockdale I am very honored that VoyageLA.com, a local Southern on-line magazine that features LA's Most Inspiring Stories, posted a shout-out about my recent Instagram post for my Memory Pods project. I was featured in the section for An Artistic Voyage (Exploring Local Creative and Artist Works); as now Trending (it's at... Continue Reading →

Winter Seascapes – January 2019

San Clement North Beach, January 2019 copyright Douglas Stockdale Being an old school landscape photographer, I am probably also a bit of a romantic, thus I find that I cannot ignore a potential sublime landscape image when the opportunity arises. While dropping off Ella at the San Clemente train station (yes, the train station is... Continue Reading →

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