My friend Kha pulled me out of my house for a photo excursion around San Diego. While I felt pretty rusty in the beginning, I had the swing of things towards the end of our day.
During part of a #2DaysInSeattle Klout perk I found myself in Kerry Park and this beautiful scene of Seattle’s skyline.
There was this weird moment when the Venice Boardwalk went away and a calming silence overtook the cacophonous scene in the background.
This photo captures two of the most photographed things in San Francisco, the infamous cable cars as seen from the curviest road in the world, Lombard Street.
This is the skylight from one of the dungeons of the 230 year old Castillo de San Cristóbal fortress in San Juan Puerto Rico.
A view from my home in the Castro to Diamond Heights in San Francisco. There was something about the stalk contrasts that compelled me to take this photo.
A view of New York City and Freedom Tower from Dumbo Brooklyn as the sun was setting creating a beautiful silhouette of the skyline.
This phone hangs alone, grudged up, forgotten and yet still there. Like a lighthouse, perhaps these icons of a bygone era still hold their purpose.
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