Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Mount Diablo State Park (Part 1)

I know this is way overdue, but back in September of last year, I went to Mount Diablo State Park. Here are some of the photos I took there. I will be splitting them into 2 parts. Sorry for being so late on posting this, I've been busy, and I have way too many photos in my collection I plan on posting I kind of forgot about this. I hope you enjoy viewing these photos. Mount Diablo State Park is located in Contra Costa County, CA.

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HDR in the Castle Rock area of Mount Diablo. A lot of rocks in the area, and fun to climb on. :) 

Another HDR composition of a rock at Castle Rock. 

 Castle Rock (where I took the 1st photo). I shot this from a pullout on the road across from Castle Rock. 

A view of part of the valley and the mountain. This was half way up to the peak of Mount Diablo.  

Small museum at the top of the peak of Mount Diablo. These are some taxidermy animals in the museum. I used my Canon Speedlite 600-EX RT with a small softbox

 Another taxidermy animal. The display cases shows animals commonly found in the park. I used my Canon Speedlite 600-EX RT with a small softbox

Now some landscape shots at the peak. The interior valley in California.  

 Looks like some kind of mine in the distance. I switched over to my telephoto lens to check it out even more. 

Here is the mine up close with my telephoto lens.  

Now using the farthest zoom I have.  

Some of the mine works near the mine.  

These are all the photos I have for today. I hope you have enjoyed viewing them. Next time, I will finish off the Mount Diablo photos. Please don't forget to share the blog post with your friends and family members! Also, if you want to get notifications when I post up more photos, "Like" us on Facebook or follow me on Twitter and Google+. These links can also be found on the top of the right sidebar.

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