Monthly Archives: January 2015
I’ve decided to switch back to color for a while. My mother, who diligently follows my blog, mentioned to me yesterday that as much as she loves my B&W seascapes, she really misses my color images as well. So, there … Continue reading
Mile Rock Beach – San Francisco
I chose another image of the San Francisco Bay Bridge as my submission to Monochrome Madness Challenge for this week. The MMC is curated by the hard working Leanne Cole and Laura Macky Please visit Leanne’s site to view the other excellent monochromatic … Continue reading
This is a 30sec exposure view of Sausalito and the Golden Gate Bridge as taken from across the waters in Tiburon, north of San Francisco. Happy Sunday everyone…Cheers!
When I saw this scene, my first thought was the common occurrence of looking the other way during an argument between two people. Sound familiar? I won’t elaborate, but we’ve all done this at one time or another, right? Cheers!
Well…I bit the bullet and made a change for 2015. Many changes in fact. First was the look of my WordPress and Google+ pages, as seen in this WP image. White background…B&W Seascape header image, etc… Second change was the … Continue reading
Ahh…the HiDive! This is one of those venerable San Francisco bars/cafe’s found along The Embarcadero, just below the Bay Bridge. For those of you have visited this waterfront landmark, did you know that it was ranked as one of the … Continue reading
Another foggy morning here on the San Francisco Bay. I’m learning that the fog gives some fascinating effects to a scene. I’ve shot this many times prior to this morning, but was never happy with the results. Today, I’m happy … Continue reading
Another very foggy morning image with the group of ducks floating in patterns matching the easy currents of the San Francisco Bay. Can you “feel” the moisture in the air?