It was a warm afternoon when I was laying out on the deck of my suite at the Hilton. I was staring out at the Golden Gate Bridge and plotting various points on The Photographer’s Ephemeris to figure out where I wanted to photograph the bridge from during sunset. I couldn’t decide if I wanted […]
Tagged: San Francisco
Getting out and exploring largely defines who I am and what I do. If I stopped doing that completely, I would probably go stir crazy and drive everyone at home insane. When I was a kid and gas was under a buck, I would often find roads to drive down and take it as far […]
The Bank of California was established in 1864 and resides at 400 California Street, in San Francisco. This building was built between 1906-1908 and is now considered a historical landmark. Through various mergers and acquisitions over the years, the Bank of California has grown to become known now as Union Bank.
The cool spring time weather and a late night stroll with that special someone along a secluded antique style pier, make San Francisco’s Pier 7 the perfect spot for a romantic evening. Pier 7 is one of the most beautiful piers in all of California. Its architecture is reminiscent of the Victorian age with it’s […]
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.
I love cityscapes as much as I love seascapes. I spent a great deal of time researching the perfect location to capture the San Francisco Skyline from and all signs kept pointing to Yerba Buena island. When I finally stepped foot on the island, I hiked up to the highest point I could get to, […]
The Powell Street cable car service first opened in San Francisco on March 28, 1888 by the Ferries & Cliff House Railway Company. Today, people come from all over the world to see San Francisco and its historic cable cars. It’s not uncommon to see people lined up along Powell St and Mason St, waiting […]