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Agate Street Beach

I love the excitement of getting off work and seeing a beautiful sunset start to form with the most perfect looking clouds covering the sky. I work in Los Angeles, quite a ways inland, so getting out to the beach on a week night is a real treat for me during the winter months when []


Harbor Point Park

As I continue my journey to photograph California’s 840 miles of coastline, I had the opportunity to spend some time at Harbor Point Park in Dana Point for the 2014 Worldwide Photowalk hosted by Scott Kelby. In my usual fashion, I walked out to the point where the water breaks against the shore and set []


Twilight Nights

Southern California isn’t just another place to live, its a lifestyle. Bonfires on the beach, good music on the radio, roasting s’mores over the fire, and a few good friends, any time out of the year. That’s what it’s all about. Sure we get loads of traffic, smog like you wouldn’t believe, over crowded neighborhoods, []


Night Bright

Up in the Hills of Palos Verde’s is a nice little turn out at the top of a hill overlooking San Pedro and the Pacific coast. I’ve always heard there are nice views around this area and had been scouting for this type of vantage point in Los Angeles for awhile. I first stumbled upon []


Cliffs of Moher

Several years ago I bought an airline ticket to Ireland on a whim, flew out there with no plans or reservations, and had the most incredible and spontaneous journey. I didn’t pack much, just a couple changes of clothes, a GPS, and my camera. I didn’t really know what I was doing or where I []


California Sun

I love hanging out at Seal Beach. It’s a quiet little beach town just north of Huntington Beach, aka Surf City. Just north of Seal Beach is the Long Beach harbor. On a crystal clear day you can see the Queen Mary from the pier. Seal Beach has managed to preserve a lot of their []


Cress Street

It was a little nerve racking capturing this photograph at Laguna Beach last week. I was standing at the edge of total of disaster, hoping a wave wouldn’t take my camera out. The sun was setting fast, it was high tide, and the waves were slamming into the rocks like I’ve never seen before. I []


Zen

A surfer sits idle on his board after an evening session; in a total state of calm as the sun melts into the horizon, flooding the surrounding environment with rich golden hues. There is no Facebook, Instagram, or Google. Honking horns, chitter chatter, and all other surrounding noises are on mute, hearing only his own []


Shaw’s Cove

Whether it be the wee hours of the morning or at the end of a long day, I’m always chasing the sun, looking for that perfect light.  There’s something really exciting about the prospect of waking up before the sun and finding that perfect spot to experience the first crack of dawn.  You walk out the []


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