We Survived the Storms!

I’m not too sure how much rain fell over the past 3 days, but it seemed to be of Biblical proportions. One of our friends posted that his dog, Madison, was upset she wasn’t going to be allowed on the arc because she had been neutered. When the rain is pounding, you can hardly hear anything in the house but… Continue reading

Stormy Sunrise at Malaga Cove

We so rarely have “weather” here. So, when I saw the forecast called for a storm front to move in, I thought it might be a good time to go to Malaga Cove, such a beautiful place, to shoot a time lapse as the sun came up.  I jumped out of bed at 3:00am!  The surfer dudes were riding the… Continue reading

P’cola T’storm

Amazingly, people were swimming in the Gulf before, during, and probably after this storm.  But maybe, it was ok.  I never went down to the water.  If any oil or dispersant were around, it wasn’t visible from the hotel room balcony.  Sunday night, the last night of the visit, a big thunderstorm came from the north.  I shot this short… Continue reading

The Delightful Storm Now Passed

The storm has passed, meaning we had a slow steady rain here all day. It was wonderful. I so miss the long, dark rainy days of the southeast! At sunset I went to the Pacific and shot these two little videos with my iPhone. You can’t tell how dark and thick the clouds were, or how interesting the fog was.… Continue reading

Point Lobos State Reserve Album Debut

I know I haven’t posted for the last several days. I’ve been extremely busy preparing my pictures from California for their world debut at timtyson.us! Regrettably a spot appeared on the image sensor of my Canon 30D. Every single picture I took therefore has this spot on it. So; every single picture I publish (in print or on the web)… Continue reading