On Thu, Jan 22, 2009 at 02:30:13PM -0500, Eileen wrote:
# <table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" border="0" ><tr><td valign="top" style="font: inherit;">Is that near Anderson Lake? I live fairly close to there..I am always looking for new places to shoot.<BR><BR>
There are a bunch of Orchards next to the Coyote Creek Trail, I don't
know which one Aaron shot in, but the Bernal exit is two exits north
of Bailey Ave, Blossom Hil is the one north of that, and Hellyer is
north of that.
If you take the Blossom Hill/Silver Creek exit off of 101 (about 6
miles from Bailey, or 10ish from Anderson, and head East (towards the
hills), your first left is a road that parallels Coyote Creek with an
Orchard between the road and the park.
I ride my bike to lunch (weather permitting) along Coyote creek trail,
and keep my camera in my fannypack. Along that stretch I've shot Red
Tail hawks, kites, squirrels, a cute little gopher snake, and even a
There's a parking lot on Silver Creek right there, which is across the
street from a Quizno's, so that might be a good place to meet.
The Coyote Creek Trail is about 15 miles long and goes from Hellyer &
101 down to Morgan Hill, not too far from Anderson Lake.
# <DIV>I haven't made it out to any of the meet-ups quite yet, work always getting in the way, but I live right there off Coyote Rd and have shot in the area quite a bit. You ever trek out into the abandoned orchard down Coyote Rd? I always take my dogs out walking there and there is a lot of fun stuff to shoot, cranes, occasional foxes, tons of ground squirrels, even some homeless living out there. </DIV>
# <DIV>I did a model shoot out there at night a couple months ago, you can check it out on my flickr account. </DIV>
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