After a day that had me reflecting on the many things I have to be grateful for, I decided to journey down to tourist central in Santa Monica, the pier. Sometimes it’s a bit too crowded for my taste, but today I was really enjoying the diversity, the energy, the participants and spectators and just… Read More
I’ve never shot the Milky Way and have always wanted to. My understanding is that it’s best to shoot (most visibly) from April through August or September, so I decided to go get a sample practice shot in while we were nearing new moon phase towards end of March. So after a fun trampoline party… Read More
It’s been quite some time since I’ve posted. In 2017, I photographed my first wedding which was immediately followed by a trip to Paris. This was during the same year I was doing a photo a day challenge and that just overwhelmed me and I lost motivation. I put the camera down for a bit,… Read More
(more images below) How I LOVE Paris! I had the good fortune of being to speak at the BayesiaLab conference in Paris last week, so I booked a flight for my wife and I, and off to Paris we went! It was a very relaxing week, we wandered Luxembourg Gardens, did a #FatTireTours (awesome!), ate… Read More
(click for more pics) Sacrifice isn’t a term I hear used very often anymore, unless it’s towards one’s own selfish gain such as sacrificing health, time, energy, family, resources, friendships, and/or community in order to attain a job, status, income, education for your children, etc. But to sacrifice your life to liberate the oppressed and… Read More
(click through for more a couple more images) It has been HOT and HUMID this week! 90s with 80+% humidity on the coast in Southern California isn’t something I’ve had to grow accustomed to! However, it makes for warm waters and beautiful skies!
Living on the coast in Los Angeles, I was bit worried this morning with the clouds overhead at 9AM – but as ‘full coverage’ arrived (well, 60% for us down here), the clouds parted way for this capture! I would love to see full coverage, but since these don’t happen to often, I’m pretty happy… Read More