Golden Gate Bridge from below
Looking up at the Golden Gate Bridge from Fort Point the beauty of this engineering feat is showcased here in Northern Califronia. Photo by Ralph Muzio
Golden Gate Bridge through the trees
The San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge as seen through the trees of Fort Baker. In this Northern California there is always a view. Photograph by Ralph Muzio
Sailing the San Francisco Bay
The San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge as seen near Fort Point. In this Northern California there is always a view. Photograph by Ralph Muzio
Sailing the San Francisco Bay 2
Sailing the San Francisco Bay is a common adventure for many Californians. The sailors, tourists and visitors all get to enjoy this outdoor activity in Northern California. Photograph by Ralph Muzio
As evening arrives on the SF Bay
From the vantage point of Treasure or Yerba Buena Island, San Francisco comes alive as the sunsets behind the Golden Gate Bridge. Photograph by Ralph Muzio
What's more iconic than Gondolas in Venice transporting one back to the days of Marco Polo.
Pigeon Point Lighthouse 4
There are lighthouses all along the length of the California Coast. Several are now hostels for the traveler looking for a different experience. This lighthouse at Pigeon Point is one of the lighthouses that now serve as a hostel.
Pigeon Point Lighthouse 3
Pigeon Point Lighthouse 2
Pigeon Point Lighthouse 1
Photographer at Work
Ralph Muzio, co-founder of MuzioArt on photo safari road trip in Central California
Bodie Ghost Town Dodge Truck
In the ghost town of Bodie, California relics and other items such as the Dodge Truck were abandoned in the desert when the gold mine stopped producing. Photo by Ralph Muzio
Green fields of Central California
Off Highway 41 in the Central Valley of California the resplendent greens of this farm stood out like a jewel when contrasted with the darkening sky promising rain to help relieve the California drought. Photography by Ralph Muzio
Tractors in the Weeds
In California's Central Valley used farm equipment is now retired in a weed filled lot, having seen more active, hard working days in the past.
Tree on a Misty Day
Little House in the Aspens
One of the many log cabin rentals at Sorenson's Resort in Hope Valley, CA This is most likely the smallest.
Days Gone By
The Old Disc, once an integral part of farming is now a historical fixture having been replaced by newer, bigger equipment.
A collection of discarded tractor and farm equipment in the Central California Valley near Fresno
Dodge Truck 2
In the Gold Rush country of California many of the old mining towns remain. In the town of Mokolumne Hill this old Dodge Truck sits waiting to be put to use again. Sights like this are seen all along Highway 49 in the Mother Lode country of California. Photograph by Ralph Muzio
Abandoned Dodge Truck 1
Big Sky Blue
Driving along the Central California corridor for farming and ranching, you experience how great is the natural beauty of this region.
Central Valley Power Lines
Electrical transmission lines can be seen throughout the California Rural Landscape. Today you often Solar Energy Ranch installation competing with the older electric technology as well. It was on a quiet country road that I came upon this scenic spot highlighting how we have developed throughout Nature with our technology. Photography by Ralph Muzio
Big Sky Blue2
Wonderful big sky landscapes and long deserted roads abound as you travel in the Central California region.
Color Coordinated Outhouses
While on my way through New Mexico to visit Chaco Canyon the Transgender issues concerning bathrooms was raging and I saw these color coordinated out houses or Porta-potties. I had to laugh when I thought how creative our rural neighbors can be when it comes to such social issues! I don't know if it was done by design but it certainly caught my with such color in the desert. Photograph by Ralph Muzio
Throughout the ghost town of Bodie, CA abondoned gears and mining equipment are scattered throughout the desert landscape. Photo by Ralph Muzio