Ventura County Stock Photos

Featuring images of Ventura County’s people and places.

 

Ventura County Stock Photos

Featuring images of Ventura County’s people and places.

Ventura County Stock Photos

Landscapes, seascapes and panoramas.

Ventura County Stock Photos

Landscapes, seascapes and panoramas.

Welcome to this collection of stock photographs of sites and people in Ventura County, California, one of most scenic and lovely places in the United States. Those who live here appreciate the unique beauty and variety that surrounds us, and the variety of ways to have fun.

Welcome

Ventura County Stock photos now works with mobile devices and features larger image previews, with simpler navigation.

Newly added images are in their own gallery, so you can quickly find what’s new.

Happy browsing. If you don’t find what you’re looking for, please call.

Contact

Contact information: Jim Bass
805-379-4819
Email: jim@bassimages.com

Making hay while the snow shines

With California's extended drought there have been precious few chances to capture the beauty of the Topa Topa mountains dusted in snow. The chance came this week after 2.5 inches of rain fell in Thousand Oaks and much more in the mountains. The snow usually melts...
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Wildwood Park Paradise Falls

Thousand Oaks is known for Wildwood Park, a great outdoor space with 17 miles of trails and great vistas. It has appeared in numerous film and TV productions including Spartacus (Kirk Douglas), Bonanza and Gunsmoke. The park's most notable feature is its waterfall....
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By the light of the moon

On September 16th, 2016 at 3:43 am, the full moon was in place to illuminate the Ventura coast near the pier and surfer's point. I marked the date on my Google calendar, dragged myself out of bed and drove to the beach. I had an idea what I might find: tide pools...
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High tide at Ventura Lagoon

This new seascape image was taken July 29 during a period when the high tides were exceeding five feet. This meant sea water was breaching the beach, spilling into the lagoon where the Santa Clara river meets the sea. That these high tides nearly coincided with sunset...
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