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

Sunset framed by Palms

These two images show the sun setting behind the towering palm trees near Ventura Harbor. Anyone traveling toward the harbor on Los Olivos Park Drive has probably noticed how nicely they frame the sky. One evening in July I was close enough to sunset to wait for the...
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Two More Wet Ones

Here are two more seascapes. The first was taken early in the morning at low tide at the beach adjacent to Ventura Harbor. The shallow pools formed by the retreating waves caught my eye and I captured the moment. The other image was taken on a brief stop after a...
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Lupine Mania

The rains returned to SoCal after a long dry spell. That has every nature lover and photographer outside hunting down the latest blooms before the all-too-soon mid-April die off. Here are two images of a vast bloom of lupines on a hillside nestled up against the...
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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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