with a huge imagination. I grew up on the Gulf Coast, and virtually lived at the beach. As a little kid I had this crazy desire to see the Gulf of Mexico without any water in it. I wanted to see the seafloor. I was conflicted, however, as I feared this would kill all of the sea life. I know,… Continue reading
On Sunday I shot a time lapse of the dramatic arrival of a storm front from the Pacific Ocean. Yesterday I shot a sunset at the same location, one of my favorites, Malaga Cove. Standing at maybe about 1,000 feet above the ocean, you can watch small puffs of clouds flow in and up the walls of the cove. As… Continue reading
Today we went walking along the beach and plopped our beach chairs surf side to enjoy a moment of sunshine and the cool ocean breeze. When I sat down, I noticed I had a glob of tar near the heal of my foot. And since I had forgotten to wear my “official beach shoes,” I was going to have a… Continue reading
I had no idea that the grandson of the renowned late Jacque Cousteau lives just a few miles up the road in Santa Monica, California. As a child I loved watching his grandfather’s expeditions. This interview is so depressing.
I could cut my leg off, I could cut my arm off, I could gouge my eye out, I’d still probably… Continue reading
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