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"Birds of Northern California"

Debi just had her photograph "Birds of Northern California" (below) chosen as one of the forty-five finalists in the Center for Photographic Art's "2016 International Juried Exhibition."

The competition was jurored by Linde Lehtinen, the assistant curator for photography at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

The forty-five selected photographs will be exhibited in CPA's historic gallery at Sunset Center in Carmel between November 12 and December 23.

Birds of Northern California

Debi took the photograph during our first visit back to Rocky Creek after the Soberanes Fire. Birds of Northern California is from our own cabin library. It's the kind of image that those of us who lost our homes know so well: pages that as soon as you touch them (or even breathe on them) fly away as ash.

Black Oaks, Madrones, Ash

Canyon Girls


While you've just scrolled through these four images above, if you want to see them in a truer resolution that does them more justice, click here where you can see the subtleties and details of each image much more clearly.

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