Monthly Archives: March 2011

Early Spring along the Guadalupe River

The last week of March along the Guadalupe River in San Jose, CA was full of the common indications of Spring: heavy rain,  mating rituals, nest building, and chick rearing.  I observed a Mocking Bird collecting man made materials along … Continue reading

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Guadalupe River Spring Cleanup: April 30, 2011

This April, join fellow citizens of San Jose in cleaning up the local waterway, the Guadalupe River. This event will be rewarding as well as educational. During the cleanup we will be surveying and identifying wildlife; as well as dissecting the … Continue reading

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Water Bottle 101

Photograph taken       Jan 20, 2011. Take their water, package it in poison, then sell it back to them. The World Water Market is currently grossing 7 billion dollars per year. Corporations have pumped municipal water supplies dry and … Continue reading

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Expect more, Get trashed

Photograph taken Jan 20, 2011 Paper or plastic? Neither! There is no need for the convenience embodied by that question. Oil and Trees, both valuable recourses, do not have to be harvested for the purpose of providing people with an … Continue reading

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Chester Tree

Photograph taken Jan 20, 2011 Chips, a one minute salty snack packaged in a forever lasting plastic wrap. How can this be? Since the late 1950’s the amount of products packaged in plastic has exponentially risen every year. Chip and … Continue reading

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Serene Enamel

Photograph taken               Dec 14, 2010 An all to common sight at the Guadalupe River Parkway is the spray paint can. This can floated by as I was photographing a pair of Hooded Mergansers. … Continue reading

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