Photography by Ian L. Sitren

Posts tagged “photo excursion

I Am An Artist

I am an artist! Well I am in the latest issue of Art Patron magazine anyway. Along with my two buddies, Dennis Johnson and Hunter Johnson. (No they are not related)

A two page story with our photographs and art works from our photo excursions. Very Fun! The magazine is distributed in galleries and museums. Take a look at the full magazine here in the online edition… http://bit.ly/31xlUPs

The first full page photo shot by me with a FujiFilm X-T1 camera and XF16-55 2.8 lens. Iso6400 and 1/18 second at f/2.8. Inside the Amargosa Opera House in Death Valley.
Thank You to writer and artist Barbara Gothard!

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Antediluvian Tea

I love this woman and the scene and the entire design! A resort that once was “away” from the big city.┬áNot in Palm Springs but in Southern California. Anyone want to guess where this is from? I was there on Monday.

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Found The Garage

Now I know where it is… Old roadside sign in Yermo CA. On a photo excursion last week.

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No Apple Pay Here

I am guessing they don’t take Apple Pay. On a photo excursion on Old Hwy 58 Southwest of Barstow CA.

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Great Model On A Photo Excursion

Met this great model on a photo excursion yesterday. Never talked too much at all, but can really strike a pose and has an amazing sense of style.

Been so busy lately and not keeping up with my blogging. So I am just starting here from yesterday. One of the stops on this photo excursion was Peggy Sue’s 50’s Diner in Yermo CA. An original Route 66 roadside stop built in 1954.

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Scared Away

Got there just in time to scare off the ghost before he or she drove away. Photo excursion this morning in Joshua Tree National Park.


Get Your Kicks On Route 66!

Hey Everyone! My buddies at the Sun Runner newspaper are taking you on a great trip on Route 66. You can spend a lot of time trying to figure out where to go and what to do on a trip like this and still miss so very much. Spend the few bucks and grab your cameras and get onboard for a fun and interesting journey unlike any other. As is said in my all time favorite ad slogan… “Just Do It”!

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