The Portuguese Bend region is the largest area of natural vegetation remaining on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, in Los Angeles County, California. The area is geologically unstable and is unsuitable for building.
During the late Pleistocene, the Palos Verdes hills were an offshore island. The island later became a peninsula, when the region between the island and the mainland filled with alluvial deposits from the mountain ranges near the Los Angeles basin. The Palos Verdes Hills are part of an uplifted block, with a northwest trend, bounded on the northeast by the Palos Verdes fault zone. Most of the movement along this fault is dip-slip, resulting in an uplift of about 1 km of the Palos Verdes Hills relative to the Los Angeles basin.
The Corral Canyon is a valley of the Santa Monica Mountains that slopes down to the striking and diverse terrain of the Malibu coast. Up Corral Canyon Road are two main trailheads, Castro Crest and the Backbone trailhead. In 2018, several areas of this landscape burned in the Woolsey Fire.
Various landscapes in the southeast quadrant of Wyoming near the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest.
Abandoned facility and minimum security prison units north of Edwards Airforce Base.
Jacksonville Beach Pier and Restaurant before it was totally destroyed by Hurricane Floyd in 1999. Floyd triggered the fourth largest evacuation in US history when 2.6 million coastal residents of five states were ordered from their homes as it approached. These images were captured with 35mm Kodak Gold color negative film.
Sussanah’s Koi pond was located in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, at the home of Susannah and Stefan Borg, who were and still remain friends of the family.