Profile

Cover photo
Steve Sieren
36,350 followers|1,443,188 views
AboutPostsPhotosYouTubeReviews

Stream

Steve Sieren

Shared publicly  - 
 
Mangled Oaks - California Central Coast
66
1
renee lilly's profile photoCristian Bianchi's profile photoJoseph Smith's profile photoBonnie Sutton's profile photo
6 comments
 
Great job!
Add a comment...

Steve Sieren

Shared publicly  - 
 
An old spot that the locals love!
See a photo of mossy rocks along the seashore in Santa Monica and download free wallpaper from National Geographic.
31
1
Aman tyagi's profile photovikash biwal's profile photoSen Yan Huo's profile photo
2 comments
 
nice nature
Add a comment...

Steve Sieren

Shared publicly  - 
 
Colorado River California Mojave Desert Barrel Cacti
Colorado River - Arizona / California Border The Colorado is still very interesting further down it's path to the ocean. This place has rugged peaks, colorful vegetation and tons of canyons. We only saw a little bit of wildlife, a few peregrines and an asshole donkey. He or she did not like us, hissed and huffed at us, it would walk a few paces and do it over again and again, for about a quarter mile in a narrow wash. It was long enough to where...
39
1
AMANAT ALI's profile photoToni Teror's profile photo
 
VERY BEAUTIFUL
Add a comment...

Steve Sieren

Shared publicly  - 
 
Boquillas during a summer monsoon

Only been down here once so I was lucky get some good light. Hope to make it back down to Big Bend and backpack the Chisos.
35
3
Alfonso Ramirez's profile photoAli Abbas's profile photonandini nithu's profile photoMa Narasimman's profile photo
4 comments
 
Amazing view.
Add a comment...

Steve Sieren

Shared publicly  - 
 
Mt Baden Powell Weather System

Los Angeles - San Gabriel Mountains

There are a ton of landscape photographers living in the LA metro area that enjoy shooting local too!
Mt Baden Powell Weather System Los Angeles - San Gabriel Mountains There are a ton of landscape photographers in the LA metro area that probably enjoy shooting local too!
24
3
musisi ronald's profile photoJosé Luis Sánchez de la Rosa's profile photojhonrey mortaba's profile photonandini nithu's profile photo
3 comments
 
But it is very pleasant
Add a comment...
Have him in circles
36,350 people
Anwar Sadat's profile photo
Theo Kollaris's profile photo
Lourdes Albaladexo's profile photo
Shailendra Parmar's profile photo
Candy Craft's profile photo
gopal Sharma's profile photo
Muhammad Ozair's profile photo
Sachin Master's profile photo
Hemayet Ali Kazol's profile photo

Steve Sieren

Shared publicly  - 
 
Split Mountain
Split Mountain Colorado River Nevada California Arizona by Steve Sieren
27
renee lilly's profile photo
 
I'm Fibonacci's Hey I'm Renee. I would love to visit
Add a comment...

Steve Sieren

Shared publicly  - 
“The President's launching a new effort to give every 4th-grader in America free access to public lands. #FindYourPark”
4
sekou camara's profile photoAlfonso Ramirez's profile photo
2 comments
 
Very good done. Life is short for understanding women!
Add a comment...

Steve Sieren

Shared publicly  - 
 
GMO's are not the way go!!
 
Science Does Not Support GMO Safety
The industry-funded campaigns to block GMO labelling laws brilliantly labelled anyone who simply wanted to know what they are eating as "anti-science", but what does science actually have to say about GMOs?

The vast majority of GMO products are modified to either be resistant to pesticide (Round-Up Ready) or they contain an insecticide.  Here's the FDA's list: http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/fdcc/?set=Biocon

Follow links from there, and here's the FDA's letter accepting corn able to survive increased soakings of glyphosate Round-up herbicide:
"Based on the information Monsanto has presented to FDA, we have no further questions concerning food and feed derived from MON 87427 corn at this time. However, as you are aware, it is Monsanto’s continuing responsibility to ensure that foods marketed by the firm are safe..."
http://www.fda.gov/Food/FoodScienceResearch/Biotechnology/Submissions/ucm304083.htm

So the FDA bases approval solely on the assurance of Monsanto?  

Let's look it up another way, through the data on glyphosate, the herbicide known by the brand Round-Up(TM):
http://www.epa.gov/ncea/iris/subst/0057.htm

_II.A. Evidence for Human Carcinogenicity
__II.A.1. Weight-of-Evidence Characterization
Classification — D; not classifiable as to human carcinogenicity

Basis — Inadequate evidence for oncogenicity in animals. Glyphosate was originally classified as C, possible human carcinogen, on the basis of increased incidence of renal tumors in mice. Following independent review of the slides the classification was changed to D on the basis of a lack of statistical significance and uncertainty as to a treatment-related effect.

__II.A.2. Human Carcinogenicity Data

None.

__II.A.3. Animal Carcinogenicity Data

Inadequate.  Charles River CD-1 mice (50/sex/dose level) were fed diets containing glyphosate at dose levels of 0, 1000, 5000, or 30,000 ppm for 24 months. The incidence of renal tubule adenomas observed in the male mice exceeded that of the controls (0/49 controls; 0/49 low-dose; 1/50 mid-dose; 3/50 high-dose). A re-evaluation of the renal tumor slides prepared from the male mice indicated the presence of an additional adenoma in the control group and malignant tumors in the two higher dose groups. Therefore, the incidences of the reevaluated data are 1/49 control adenoma; 0/49 low; 1/50 mid, carcinoma; 3/50 high, 1 adenoma, 2 carcinomas. It was the judgment of two reviewing pathologists that the renal tumors were not treatment-related. In addition, the inclusion of a tumor in the control group eliminated statistical significance for the high-dose group.

In a 26-month study Sprague-Dawley (CD) rats, 50/sex/dose were fed 0, 30, 100, or 300 ppm glyphosate in the diet. The study is being repeated to include the MTD. There were some thyroid tumors, which were considered of normal incidence. Power to detect an effect was reduced since a MTD was not demonstrated, and the highest dose tested was less than 1/100 of the high dose in the mice (Monsanto, 1981). OPP has requested that the study be repeated on the basis of the degree of species difference in the highest dose tested and the possibility that higher doses (MTD) might produce additional tumors.

---

So the carcinogenicity data is "inadequate", and the request that the 1981 study be repeated does not have any follow-up.  There are no human trials, except the one you see in the mirror.

Here's some recent science:
Pesticides In Tap Water Responsible For Food Allergy Increase
http://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/253513.php

Let's see what a scientist who led the EPA's biosafety program has to say:

Scientists find multiple problems with GMOs
Agroeconomists have shown repeatedly that the best-yielding, most-affordable crop varieties, to "feed the world", are those derived from conventional non-GMO hybrids (U.N Commission on Trade and Development).

As a lifelong scientist, I am deeply troubled to report that promises of patent enforcement by American agrichemical seed companies have prevented U.S. scientists from researching what some exclaim are "problems" associated with GMO crops. We will not know the facts as long as the seeds and plants that we, our children, pets and livestock consume are not made available for conducting long-term, controlled experiments.

Norwegian scientists recently detected Roundup in 10 of 10 farms using genetically engineered soybeans. We had to also learn from these Norwegian (not American) scientists that the nutritional composition of soybeans grown on 31 Ohio farms differed depending upon the type of farm management system employed. Soybeans harvested from organic farms had higher concentrations of protein and essential amino acids, and higher concentrations of two minerals, and no Roundup residues (Food Chem. 2014).

Now we know from the scientific literature that the same concentrations of Roundup residues in soybeans is sufficient in laboratory assays to: induce hormone disruptions during frog development (mixed-sex frogs); kill young trout and tadpoles; stop the growth of earthworms in soil; inhibit activities of beneficial soil and human gut bacteria; and stimulate the growth of human breast-cancer cells assayed under laboratory conditions.
http://www.mailtribune.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20140413/OPINION/404130320/0/SEARCH
Ramon J. Seidler, Ph.D., of Ashland, is a professor of microbiology and a retired senior scientist and team leader for the Environmental Protection Agency's biosafety program.

A former scientist for Agriculture Canada, Thierry Vrain, has turned whistleblower as well:
Former Pro-GMO Scientist Speaks Out On The Real Dangers of Genetically Engineered Food
http://foodrevolution.org/blog/former-pro-gmo-scientist/

#science   #GMO   #environment  
41 comments on original post
11
1
D Stuart's profile photoTibu Eguskizaga Dominguez's profile photo
 
So true and sad.
Add a comment...

Steve Sieren

Shared publicly  - 
 
Fossil Heaven - Sonoran Desert, California
43
3
Camille N.'s profile photoIldiko Dosa's profile photoAli Abbas's profile photoMa Narasimman's profile photo
2 comments
 
+Steve Sieren. Actually I don't see your posts like before, probably busy. This one is excellent!
Add a comment...

Steve Sieren

Shared publicly  - 
 
If only Las Vegas had a river... oh but it does!!!

http://youtu.be/Kh-xijBwjkA
10
1
John Getchel's profile photoSteve Sieren's profile photonandini nithu's profile photo
2 comments
 
right, toilet water never looked so good +John Getchel !!!
Add a comment...

Steve Sieren

Shared publicly  - 
 
A river of texture in the Mojave Desert
Mojave Desert Salt Flat Dusk by Steve Sieren
23
Hank Vlietstra's profile photoAlfonso Ramirez's profile photo
2 comments
 
Nice pic.
Add a comment...
People
Have him in circles
36,350 people
Anwar Sadat's profile photo
Theo Kollaris's profile photo
Lourdes Albaladexo's profile photo
Shailendra Parmar's profile photo
Candy Craft's profile photo
gopal Sharma's profile photo
Muhammad Ozair's profile photo
Sachin Master's profile photo
Hemayet Ali Kazol's profile photo
Work
Occupation
Professional Nature, Architectural, and Travel Photography
Story
Tagline
California based Pro Landscape & Architectural Photographer specializing in dramatic photography. "Everyone has their bad moments, but the good moments always out number the bad; with a good attitude, you can always make something out of nothing!"
Introduction
Hi Everyone at G+, I look forward to getting to know you.

If you're into the wonderful Eastern Sierra, I've got a great community you may love to join!

https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/109125732284543127546

See you out in the field or on the screen!  Cheers!

Proud owner of these sites:

www.PhotographDeathValley.com

www.MojaveDesertPhoto.com

www.EasternSierraPhoto.com


My bio:
Steve Sieren is a Southern California (United States) based professional Landscape and Architectural Photographer living in the outskirts of Los Angeles. His interest for the sanctuary of the wilderness began at an early age and soon developed into a diehard passion for landscape photography. Exploring some of the lesser known or more remote areas led to work in advertising, publishing, conservation and environmental efforts. His photography has been used in the fight to keep the 8,000 acres of Montana De Oro State Park off the giant State Park closure list in 2008.

You can find his work displayed in National Park visitor centers, California State Park Foundation Headquarters, local art gallery shows, restaurants and scenic calendars. Steve services clients such as Tamron Co., Outdoor Photographer, Photographer Magazine and many others. Steve has also been published many times for highly sought architectural work. 

Steve is currently working on his first couple book projects. Steve enjoys leading photography workshops in California’s wild mountain, deserts, rugged coastlines and rolling oak hillsides. His workshop participants have mentioned that his patience, an open mind and heart opens the door for a simple learning process and a memorable experience. Spending time in the landscape and letting it capture him is where the emotional connection comes from. Working a camera has become second nature so his creative vision guides him through the image creation process.

Steve believes “everyone has their bad moments, but the good moments always out number the bad; with a good attitude, you can always make something out of nothing.”

Sponsored by Mpix, Nik software and OP Tech USA

Steve's looks foward to bringing new inspiration to the G+ community!

Share your tranquil and calming nature and landscape photographs that soothes the soul.

Tag your image with #SubltleSundayLandscapes curated by Yours truly
(Sunday's theme)

For workshop info:
www.ScenicPhotoWorkshops.com
Bragging rights
Published full pages in Outdoor Photographer Magazine on numerous occasions. Mpix.com Ambassador
Basic Information
Gender
Male
Great tasty BBQ and nice friendly service!! Very well priced too! Wish I lived a little closer so I could stop by more often!!
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
Best quality food in town, I don't mind the hole in the wall places in town but this is much better atmosphere and quality wise.
Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Very Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago
3 reviews
Map
Map
Map
Great food and service, there isn't much for food in 29 Palms so it's pretty darn good compared to the other options in town.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago