Tag Archives: Shasta County

The last Stage

The historic town of Shasta, today a “Ghost Town” and a California Historic Park, was established in 1848 soon after early California pioneer Pierson B. Reading discovered gold in Clear Creek.  First named Reading Springs, after its founder, the town was renamed Shasta in 1850.  It prospered as a transportation hub for mule trains and stagecoaches […]

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The flying Ford Anglia

The other day I was exploring some of the historic parts for Redding, California, looking for some cool architecture to shoot.  Scouted a good location I shot later that same day (the old Cascade theater I posted a couple of days back), and talked to some interesting people (like Glen, the fellow I photographed and […]

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Bridges of Shasta County

There are just so many cool things to see in Shasta County, I don’t know where to shoot next.  Really having a blast exploring the area, and really love being able to get out in the early parts of the day (to enjoy the great sunrises), the evenings or nights to shoot.  The other day, […]

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