Thursday, July 21, 2016

Valle Vista Staging Area (EBMUD Park) - Moraga, CA

I went up to a East Bay MUD Park at Valle Vista Staging Area on May 28, 2016 to take photos. On this trip I took photos with my DSLR and my DJI Phantom 3 Professional Quadcopter. Please take note that flying aircrafts and quadcopters are not allowed in the park. I was not aware of the rule when I flew. You can read more about that incident and see my aerial photos here. After I finished in this park, I also headed to another East Bay MUD Park at Briones Overlook Staging Area in Moraga, CA. The blog post with photos from that park can be found here.

As for why I am only posting these photos now, here is why. If you have watched my June vlog, you would know I got my wisdom teeth pulled and I had a pretty busy month, so I didn't have a lot of time to process my photos. I am finally done processing the photos and I can finally share the photos with you guys. I really hope you enjoy these photos.

Full Resolution Photos: If you want to see full resolution photos of any of the photos you see here, use the following links. If you wish to purchase prints of any of the photos, please contact me here. To view my best East Bay MUD Parks photos, use this link. To see my best monochrome and abstract photos for 2016, use this link. To see all of my photos from this trip, use this link.

Scenery photo of the trail, mountains, and clouds in the park. 

Black and white process of the photo above.


Scenery photo of a large patch of grass and the Upper San Leandro Reservoir. 

Black and white process of the photo above.

A photo of the trail and forest in the park. On the right is Yarrow (Achillea millefolium).

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