Tagged: neon


My wife and I went on a 2 day cruise to Ensenada aboard the Carnival Imagination last month. The grand atrium inside the ship was all sparkle and shine with neon lights every where and gold accents throughout. I spent quite a bit of time in the Grand Atrium exploring each of the floors for []

Elephant Super Car Wash

The Elephant Super Car Wash was first established in 1951. The rotating Elephant sign is a very well known landmark to the residents of Seattle and lights up in beautiful bright neon colors at night. Seeing a car wash service in the middle of Seattle took me by surprise with the reputation they have for []

Pike Place Market

Most people who visit Seattle don’t realize that The Pike Place Market is more than a century old. The Market first opened for business on August 17, 1907 and is one of the main draws in the beautiful Emerald City. If you love fish, Pike Place Fish is the place to go. The original Starbucks []

5th Avenue, Seattle

Walking down 5th avenue in Seattle is a lot of fun with all the cool mom and pop shops, cafes, and restaurants. If you’re feeling courageous you can take a glass blowing class at the Seattle Glass Blowing Studio, or grab a bite to eat at the Opaline Bakery next door and watch the glass []

Show Girls

Broadway street in San Francisco is known for all of it’s colorful neon lights that illuminate the street at night. While wandering around one fine evening, I discovered that the gentleman’s clubs lining the street have especially interesting neon signage.

DivBar – Newport Beach, California

DivBar is a small smokehouse barbeque restaurant right on Pacific Coast Highway in Newport Beach, California. I drive this place all the time when I shoot photos in Corona Del Mar but I’ve never actually stopped in to grab a drink or try their food. In my experience, it’s typically the small hole in the []

Joe’s Crab Shack

The first Joe’s Crab Shack opened for business in Houston, Texas in 1991. The restaurant chain now has over 130 locations throughout the United States. This particular sign I photographed was at the Newport Beach location in California.

New Port Theatre

The original Port Theatre opened for business back in 1949 but shut its doors for business in 1998 due to stiff competition from large multiplexes. Fortunately, the building was never demolished. After undergoing renovation by new investors, the New Port theatre had it’s grand re-opening earlier this year and is now back in business. When []