Category Archives: water-photography

photographs of water

 

Winter

The eyes of mother nature never lay closed.

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Rock and Water

What a busy last few months for me back and forth from the bay area down to Long Beach/San Diego.  Between the driving and the video work with Center of the Universe I did manage to […]

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Morning surf

I have always enjoyed surfing.  I like making that statement because it doesn’t define my skill at surfing and I won’t. What I will say is surfing on a board that is shorter then me […]

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Terrace Lake

Last week I headed north to the Mount Shasta area of California to explore and to look for another photographic playground and  I wasn’t disappointed. From daily visits by the mule deer to the beautiful […]

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Fairies flight

I learned a long time ago that listening to the stories and advice shared and given by my elders was a smart thing to do. Some of those stories are great while others- not so […]

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Abstract Impressionism

A recent trip to my beloved Sierras led me to this photograph. I have decided to say it is abstract impressionism what do you think? Fell free to chime in below.  

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Fuji Velvia

How many of you still remember film? How many of you landscape photographer lovers still remember Velvia?  This old image was shot on it a long time ago, you know when every time you went […]

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Last Sunset of the Year 2011

It has been a great year for me and I hope everyone else has had a great year as well. Thank you all for checking in and seeing what I have been up to. Happy […]

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Stranded

Living in California has its benefits, world-class climbing, incredible backpacking, great fishing (fresh and saltwater,) and your choice of landscapes to mention a few. But I want to talk about its surfing, not the epic […]

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I swear it was this big!

When an artist releases a creation they are giving the world, or maybe just the few that see it, the license to interpret the work. The viewers can now give their own voice to it. […]

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