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Sundial Bridge and Snow BW
Sundial Bridge in the Rain

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Redding California Photographers have it lucky. The beautiful natural world that surrounds Redding, including: Mount Shasta, Patrick's Point State Park, Shasta Caverns, and Calatrava's landmark Redding Sundial Bridge offer stunning landscape views and amazing adventure opportunities. Learn more about Redding and Dr. Chris below, and brows the hundreds of landscape,a portraits, and more on Redding California Photography.
Photographed near Sisters Oregon at Smith Rock State Park.

About Dr. Chris

Dr. Chris Nelson is a photographer and dentist who lives in Redding, California. His passion for creativity is shared with his community through photography and dentistry. During the week, Dr. Chris practices dentistry at Hill Country Health and Wellness Center (hillcountryclinic.org), as well as with his father at Nelson Family Dental Group (nelsonfamilydentalgroup.com). On nights and weekends, Dr. Chris is fully committed to capturing the beauty of Northern California. As a Redding Photographer he is excited to share his talent and passion for our community online, in print, or for hire at your wedding, event, or portrait session. Contact Dr. Chris at: ReddingCaliforniaPhotography@gmail.com

Featured Event: Nash Ranch Mud Mash 2014

Nash Ranch Mud Mash 2014

"The fields of the historic Nash Ranch set the stage for the annual Mud Run where you will experience the best Mother Nature has to offer. This fun course will challenge your body and your tolerance for getting down right dirty! Among others, you can expect to slither through mud pits, scale wooden obstacles, swim across a pond, and slide down a mud hill on your quest to conquer all of the challenges. Should you choose, this year's race will include the "Gladiator Pond Loop" ~ a one mile extension that is the most difficult challenge any racer will find this year at any mud run in Shasta County."  From the Nash Ranch Mud Mash website.

Northern California Landscapes

Sundial Snow at 28mm

Sundial Snow at 28mm

This is the shot I dreamed about all night. After several hours of snow, and one cold evening, Saturday morning greeted me with an adventure which included a trip to the Sundial Bridge. I tried to make it to the bridge Friday night, but avoiding 15 wrecks in about 2 miles became my priority and I decided to wait until the morning. By lunch time the snow had gone, so I quickly turned the AM hours into an adventure. With my wife by my side, we capture this rare snow scene.

In Print: "Nor-Cal Think Pink 2014 Calendar"

Click Here to view the rest of the Nor-Cal Think Pink 2014 photo contest winners!

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Tiles courtesy MapQuest