Caribbean flamingo

San Diego Zoo, April 2009

The Lone Cypress

A symbol of strength, endurance and stability, no resident of Pebble Beach is more iconic than the Lone Cypress.  These trees are native to Carmel and Monterey and once blanketed Central California… but this single tree has defied the battles of elements that rage around it in the storms of winter, lightning of spring, erosion […]

San Francisco

In April 2013, I took a week-long photo expedition with the purpose of creating some unique images and learning some new techniques.  I started in San Francisco where I allowed myself two days to attempt to interpret the city from a different perspective which proved difficult for a city so often photographed.  Then I drove […]

Ocean’s Roar

I finally understand why Big Sur is called “the greatest meeting of land and sea in the world.”  I watched the sunset from Garrapata Beach and took my time to capture the huge surf crashing into the jagged rocks.  I was both humbled and intimidated by the size of the waves!  This was my favorite […]

Pier 7

Pier 39 gets all of the tourist attention which means I had Pier 7 to myself… well almost. The retired fishermen, teens smoking pot and sleeping homeless men kept me company at midnight as I enjoyed a unique angle on a city that has been photographed to death. San Francisco, Monterey, Carmel, Big Sur, California […]

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The buzz of insects is the only noise you hear on the grounds of the Carmelite Monastery in Carmel, California. The nuns maintain a complete vow of silence, a tradition since coming from Mount Carmel in the Holy Land to the California shores in 1602.  But they were nice enough to let me photograph their […]

rolling fog

The fog rolls over San Francisco’s Twin Peaks and creeps into downtown. (Of course, the iconic Sutro Tower rises above the fog.)  During my entire 36 hour shoot of the city by the bay, the fog acted like a child – constantly stepping into my composed shots. Demanding attention. Photobombing within seconds. In the end, […]

tidefalls

McWay Falls in Julia Pfeiffer State Park, where surging water plunges 80 feet from granite cliffs into the ocean. Not easily accessible, this massive waterfall surges year round. Featured in Dr. Dre’s video for “I Need A Doctor.” San Francisco, Monterey, Carmel, Big Sur, California April 2013 – Click here to see the entire collection. […]

Bixby Bridge

The Bixby Creek Bridge will carry you through Big Sur along the Pacific Ocean, 120 miles south of San Francisco.  It is one of the tallest single-span concrete bridges in the world. San Francisco, Monterey, Carmel, Big Sur, California April 2013 – Click here to see the entire collection. If you like this photo, leave […]

light trails on route 1

San Francisco, Monterey, Carmel, Big Sur, California April 2013 – Click here to see the entire collection. If you like this photo, leave a comment or use the Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest buttons below. Thanks!