Tagged: pier

The Tower on the Pier

Since being built in 1903, the Huntington Beach Pier had been destroyed and rebuilt a number of times due to heavy storms. In 1914, when the pier was rebuilt after a damaging storm, it stood as the only concrete pier in the United States. The pier in it’s current form, was designed to replicate the []


Reflections In The Rain

While walking along the Seal Beach Pier in the rain, I couldn’t help but notice the beautiful reflections on the boards. The wind was blowing the clouds inland, causing the rain to start letting off. It was all such perfect timing when the sun started to peak through the clouds as it was setting over []


Huntington Beach Pier

The Huntington Beach Pier was originally built back in 1903 and was constructed completely of wood. After a bad storm wrecked a large portion of the pier in 1912, it was reconstructed out of concrete. At the time, it was the only concrete pier in the United States. During World War 2, the U.S. Navy []


Ruby’s Diner on the Pier

It was a cold and rainy night in April and I had just gotten off work. The sun was starting to peak through the clouds and I knew right then and there that it was going to be a beautiful sunset by the beach. I got in my car and headed out to Pacific Coast []


Santa Monica Pier

It recently came to my attention that my photograph of the Santa Monica Pier was “Explored” on Flickr.  As trivial as this sounds, it’s always been a big deal for me to get my images explored. This photograph of the Santa Monica Pier was shot back in February during the Los Angeles Photo Walk that []