Menlo Park photographers

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This morning we celebrate the determination of a crawling baby, who just happens to be the son of long-time contributing photographer Frances Freyberg. She took him to Burgess Park for the egg hunt yesterday, not realizing “what a madhouse” it would be.

That didn’t seem to bother Dylan, who demonstrated his crawling expertise in the two and under group egg hunt. Given that those two-year-olds can run full speed, we salute Dylan for keeping his eyes on the prize.

That does beg the question a bit. How does a baby who is experiencing his first egg hunt realize that there’s something good in those eggs?

We love his look of satisfaction when he found one!

Photos by Frances Freyberg (c) 2017

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Photographer Merrie Asimow takes her cameras on an African adventure

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Menlo Park-based photographer Merrie Asimow may be most-known for her horse photography, but a 10-day trip last August to Kenya and Tanzania yielded some equally wonderful wildlife photos. She’s a self-described “Nikon person,” and brought two bodies along on the trip — a D750 and D500, along with two lenses, a 24-70 mm and an 80-400 […]

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Peninsula Photographic Arts Guild hosts “Envisioning Cuba” exhibit

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Menlo Park-based photographer Barry Fleisher is one of 10 photographers whose works will be shown at a Peninsula Photographic Arts Guild exhibit from September 17 to November 9. An artists’ reception will be held on Saturday, September 17 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm. The exhibit is at Avenue 25 Gallery, 32 West 25th Avenue, San […]

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Big Dish area will be closed for five days in August

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The popular walking destination for Menlo Park residents, Stanford’s Big Dish area, will be closed Monday, August 15 through Friday, August 19. We’re using that announcement to showcase some of InMenlo contributing photographer Irene Searles photos of the area’s creatures. The closure will allow for coordinated maintenance activities in and around the area. According to a […]

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Photographer Irene Searles captures the multi-facets of the Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco

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The mass shootings at a gay nightclub in Orlando prompted InMenlo contributing photographer Irene Searles to head to San Francisco last Sunday to attend what would be her first Gay Pride Parade, although it was not without some trepidation. “I admit, I did ask myself, ‘Should I really be doing this? Could something happen?’” she said. […]

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Photographer Frances Freyberg continues spring wildflower pursuit at Edgewood Park

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First Filoli, then Pearson Arastradero Preserve and now Edgewood Park & Natural Preserve. Such were the journeys Menlo Park-based photographer Frances Freyberg took in pursuit of spring wildflowers. Located just off 280, Edgewood is known, in particular, for its display of wildflowers scattered across its grassy hillsides. It hosts docent-led wildflower walks every Saturday and Sunday at 10:00 […]

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Photographer Frances Freyberg takes a field trip to Pearson-Arastradero Preserve

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Menlo Park-based photographer continues her pursuit of photographing Spring blooms started at Filoli a few weeks back. Her recent field trip was to venture out to Pearson-Arastradero Preserve which was showing off its verdant green hills and wildflowers at the peak. The preserve is located just 10 minutes from west Menlo Park adjacent to Arastradero Rd. in Palo Alto. […]

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Betsy Sergeant Snow travels to Cuba with cameras in hand – and “oh those cars!”

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M-A digital arts teacher Betsy Sergeant Snow, currently on sabbatical, thought she’d travel to Cuba to photograph windows. And she did, a bit. But what filled more frames was the country’s famous old cars — the topic of this post — and the wonderful faces of the Cuban people (to come at a later time). Betsy was in […]

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Heart-shaped photo delights from photographer Irene Searles for Valentines Day

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On a walk along the Alpine path towards the Dish in February, 2014, InMenlo contributing photographer Irene Searles took a variety of heart-themed photos for a Lightroom class she was taking at Foothill College. One — Lights Heart (above) — was taken on a night field trip for the same class. Not only do we think Irene’s photos are […]

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Photographer Mark Tuschman appears at Kepler’s with Angie Coiro on Sept. 16

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Menlo Park-based photographer Mark Tuschman will be interviewed live by Angie Coiro for her In Deep Radio program at Kepler’s on Wednesday, Sept. 16 at noon. The event is free but registration is required. Mark is the author of Faces of Courage: Intimate Portraits of Women on the Edge. For the past decade, he has journeyed across much […]

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Photographer Frances Freyberg captures Sierra scenes, covering 100 miles on foot

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Earlier this summer, I spent a week and a half in the Lake Tahoe and Yosemite National Park areas, hiking and taking photographs. I covered more than 100 miles of trail on foot, with either my DSLR or my Canon point-and-shoot (depending on weather and distance), and my iPhone — and sometimes all three. My […]

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