The Golden Gate Bridge

The fog In the bay area is thick this morning, and I hear the fog horns blasting from the bridge. Two days ago I got up early to shoot the bridge at sunrise (from Fort Baker). I then went to Battery Mendell in the evening to shoot the Point Bonita Lighthouse at (what turned out to be) the non-existent sunset.… Continue reading

Breathtaking Vista @ Cavallo Point

Today I hiked up to the top of Cavallo Point. The breeze was steady and cool, the smell of the desert plants and the wooded area was intoxicating. The camera equipment was heavy! I shot 3 panoramas today. Here’s the first. You will notice an all-but-hidden fortification where soldiers hid behind cement sand bags to defend the port and the… Continue reading

The Characters of Sausalito

Just another day in Sausalito… The Sausalito Strut I wish you could have seen him! We were sitting in the restaurant when this young, twenty-something walked very quickly down the sidewalk outside. I couldn’t get my phone out fast enough, and he was too far away for a good photo anyway. He was wearing a black fedora, a pristine white, … Continue reading

Location Scouting

Sausalito has an annual film festival. I went to a film last Saturday: The Big Fix. I highly recommend it, but wait until you’re in a mood to totally get enraged. It’s a documentary about the BP Gulf oil spill and horrible cover up that continues to go on to this day. The film’s directors were at the festival for… Continue reading

Gated Entry

After 2 days of fog, I shot this with my little iPhone up at Cavallo Point this afternoon. The walk up the steep hill in the gutsy, gusty, cool breeze/wind was tremendously invigorating. I absolutely feast on the cool air from the Pacific Ocean. The beauty of the bay area just feeds my soul.… Continue reading