Photographers

Betsy Sergeant Snow, now a media specialist at Sequoia High School, was one of the first local photographers to contribute to InMenlo. We met when she was teaching photography at Menlo-Atherton High School.

Recently, she went on a first “escape,” driving north to the area around Inverness on the Point Reyes Peninsula.

Here are a selection of photographs from that trip.

Photos by Betsy Sergeant Snow (c) 2020

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Photographer Mark Tuschman connects with berry farmer – and hopes other locals will do so, too

Emails Menlo Park resident Kathy Switky: “I think you know photographer Mark Tuschman. During his recent project to photograph immigrants, he got to know Javier Zamora, the owner of JSM Organics in Monterey County. The market for his strawberries has disappeared. “Mark is helping to fix that by arranging to buy dozens of flats of strawberries […]

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Signs of Spring: Nutthall’s woodpecker nest in cactus garden on Stanford campus

My wife Timi and I have been walking on the Stanford campus. We decided to head to the cactus garden where there is the statue of the grieving angel. On the way, I ran into a wonderful friend, Bob Siegel,  who I took nature photography from. He showed me the nest of a Nuttall’s woodpecker, […]

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California poppies spread Mother’s Day cheer

It’s InMenlo contributing photographer Frances Freyberg to the rescue again, with her photos of cheery California poppies atop Windy Hill, a perfect way to salute mothers everywhere. Here’s the back story on the flower so familiar to the Golden State, courtesy of the U.S. Forest Service: “Adelbert von Chamisso, naturalist aboard the Russian exploring ship […]

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Local angle to #MayTheFourth #May4th (a day late)

From April 1978: R2D2 and Mickey Mouse were photographed on stage during the 50th Annual Academy Awards, held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion by InMenlo founder and photographer Chris Gulker. May the force be with you, Star War fans, albeit a day late. Photo by Chris Gulker, Herald Examiner Collection, LAPL

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Photographer Scott R. Kline’s road trip photos – a black and white perspective

The stay-at-home order for the Covid-19 epidemic really has me missing the road. So I brought home all my hard drives and started going through road trip photos from the past decade-plus, starting from the time I became a professional photographer in 2009 and began dragging my large image DSLR cameras with me on my […]

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Roses and roses to brighten a Monday by photographer Betsy Sergeant Snow

Hoping these roses photographed by InMenlo contributing photographer Betsy Sergeant Snow on a morning walk brighten your Monday. Photos by Betsy Sergeant Snow (c) 2020

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A bit of cheer on National Puppy Day courtesy of two local photographers

These photos bring a smile to my face — and hopefully to yours.  They’re the result of a happenstance meeting between two InMenlo contributing photographers, Irene Searles and Laura Hamilton, who live just a few miles apart in Woodside and Ladera respectively. “I’d gone for a walk along Portola Rd. with my new camera and […]

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Global street photographer Lee Hicks is back at Cafe Borrone with a new exhibit

Photographer Lee Hicks is currently exhibiting 40 photographs showing people from around the world experiencing joy, sorrow, laughter and love of family at Cafe Borrone in Menlo Park. There will be a reception for the photographer on Tuesday, March 10, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm. “I love interacting with people,” says Lee. “My work has a […]

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The calendar may say “winter” but it’s looking like spring at Filoli

InMenlo contributing photographer Frances Freyberg visited Filoli in Woodside yesterday and from her resulting photographs, it looks like spring has sprung in the gardens there. Here’s the official scoop: The fruit trees and hyacinths are starting to bloom. The magnolias and camellias are out right now. The daffodils are at their peak. The tulips are still a week […]

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Barbara Coll discovers bird photography after a life time of wildlife watching

Growing up in Ottawa, Barbara Coll’s family kept a book about the wildlife they saw. So it was natural for her to keep the tradition going when she got married in 1992 — but with a focus exclusively on birds. “The tally is currently 517 birds, which is five percent of the bird species in the […]

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