Tagged: seascape

Somber Sky

I don’t always find myself with an abundance of time in recent days. With work and family taking a priority in addition to hobby time being split between a classic Mustang and photography, evenings at the beach are a refreshing break from everyday life. What has made things more difficult is that I’ve been feeling []


Overcoming Setbacks

Setbacks happen all the time. They’re simply an inevitable fact of life. It’s our response to these setbacks that pave our way for future success or failure. The truth is, each and every one of us could sit around and victimize ourselves about how some force beyond our control screwed us over and left us []


Table Rock Beach

There have been a lot of changes going on with my normal routine lately. Since purchasing a house and moving out of a tiny apartment, I’m now living 45 minutes from the beach instead of 25 minutes. Regardless though, a little extra distance isn’t enough to keep me away from something I love so much. []


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, []


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