Cracked dead land which once was rich with life. Just another symptom of the California drought & urban sprawl in a landscape that can’t evolve fast enough.
A stunning sunset after a brief, but intense, storm hit San Diego.
During part of a #2DaysInSeattle Klout perk I found myself in Kerry Park and this beautiful scene of Seattle’s skyline.
A sweeping landscape as seen from above, as if in a plane flying across a mountain range appears on the surface of a fallen redwood in Armstrong Woods.
Last October I traveled with San Diego friends to Paso Robles for a weekend of picking grapes, drinking wine and eating a lot of amazing food. We were lucky enough…Read More
There was this weird moment when the Venice Boardwalk went away and a calming silence overtook the cacophonous scene in the background.
Ages ago my friend Jimmy introduced me to both the Presidio and this art installation by Andy Goldsworthy titled, “Wood Line.”
Mount Soledad is the home of a military memorial, a controversial cross and most importantly, an urban legend involving little people building “Munchkin Houses.”
On the way home from my first trip up to Long Beach California traffic came to a halt as we approached a smokey sky as a fire raged across the mountainside.
Just another beautiful evening at Sunset Cliffs in Point Loma, San Diego. I’ll never get tired of these.
Klout hooked me up with a 2013 Chevy Volt hybrid car to test out. I got incredible gas mileage with luxurious features. A fantastic car for city drivers.
I took this on one of my recent flights as we flew over Nevada. It was oddly beautiful to me so I shot a picture of the mountains.
On a drive back down to San Francisco from Wine Country I stopped to catch a shot from the Marin Headlands on the north side of the Golden Gate Bridge.
May 30, 2012 was probably my most relaxed day in New York City. Ever. I spent the entire day wandering the city by foot. For once I wouldn’t rely on cabs or trains or buses to get me from point A to point B. I walked from the Chelsea to SoHo to the Upper East Side. It was a lot of time walking and reflecting on the city as I’d never done before.
A foreground of beauty and serenity; made green and lush by extraordinary efforts. A background of post-apocalyptic emptiness and devastation.
In the middle of the desert sits a CRT monitor, face down on a pile of rocks. A medium sized rock sits on top for good measure.
View from the roof of our apartment in San Francisco as the sun rises over the city.
Power lines vanishing into the distances as they follow an oil line.
From Armstrong Woods on my last trip there with my family.
A shot from Bodega Bay.
A lonely tree on a foggy morning in a grassy field at the end of summer.
Reminded of Levi Jean Co.’s Summer 2009 advertising campaign, just missing the half nude man or woman “exploring”.
Sleeping in the woods alone is terrifying, to me at least. Even if this photo was taken in the middle of the day.
Caught an early sunrise here on the golf course.
Do you see what I see?
Goats Rock lit from the setting sun over the Pacific.
The sun was beginning to set just as a storm from the west was blowing into Blue Springs Missouri. Beautiful results.
The sun sets at The Pinnacles, possibly the most beautiful feature of mid-Missouri.
If the Jeffersons were birds…
I love when nature conquers humanity. This bridge was built to connect one parking lot to another, but as it turns out, it goes no where. The parking lot floods…Read More
Symmetry is a beautiful thing. I love when nature conquers humanity. This bridge was built to connect one parking lot to another, but as it turns out, it goes no…Read More
Caught a beautiful sunset as we walked to get sushi at Tenzan in the Upper West Side.
Trees without leaves in Central Park.
A parting picture leaving the park.
What a seat, what a view.
This will be the last picture I post of Niagara Falls until the next time I go there. At least that’s the plan. Hope to make more pictures while I’m…Read More
The Sun rises, casting a beautiful light over the falls.
We caught a beautiful sunrise this morning here at Niagara Falls.
Wanted to see how Niagara Falls would look in B/W. Pretty certain this is the last of the Niagara Falls pictures.
I never intended on posting more pictures from Niagara Falls but I\’ve been missing that place more and more.
I know that technically it isn\’t a bridge, but I couldn\’t resist.
View from the top of the falls. We were amazed at how shallow the water was just before it fell off of the falls. What a beautiful site!
Ryan and I are in Niagara Falls, Ontario Canada enjoying the beautiful sites. This is a shot of the falls looking towards the American side from Canada.
Took this as I was making other pictures for my next photo critique. This has nothing to do with the critique project but who doesn\’t like an obnoxious sunset?
I loved this road for its ability to disappear into the horizon. It is as if the road never ends. It speaks so much optimism to me, it\’s an uphill…Read More
What a building. The door was locked, from the outside. The insides as if whoever lived there just disappeared. Things were left as though there was all the intention to…Read More
Ominous yet pleasant.
This is the road to my grandparents\’ house.
I wanted to get a shot of roads curving and was having quite a time at it. Luckily, this caught my eye as we drove past. Caught it JUST in…Read More
Convinced my grandfather to navigate us through his part of the state, Kerrville, TX.
This just might be my favorite defying gravity pic. This was taken at my fraternity’s house just before we were totally moved in. I walked into this room for the…Read More
Another house for my series. This one was in some random small town I drove through outside of Columbia while looking for some good photo spots. The entire town looked…Read More
My friend Kohl and I went out to take pictures together two summers ago back in California. It\’s been that long since I looked at those pictures and here is…Read More
This picture taken when my Twitter friends, spouses et all went down to Cooper\’s Landing for an evening of live music, cheap Stag beer and authentic Thai.
One of those roads you think only exist in the movies.
This is the road to Micheal\’s home. It\’s funny to me how I so often forget about pictures, or just throw them to the wayside until I get a new…Read More
My photography course required me to do a project titled “Public”. One of my subjects for this project became public housing and utility. In Columbia we have hundreds of single…Read More
Carrie claims I stole her bee. She chased this guy with her lens but once he got to this flower, he just couldn’t get enough. Disinterested with his new spectator,…Read More
I hate spiders. That being said, I love how sharp his legs came out though again, a higher aperture would have been nice to sharpen things up.
Just another simple flower picture from the Jewel Box.
Another one of those forgotten photos of mine. This taken with the other Jewel Box pictures taken with my good friend Carrie a few weeks ago. However, this time it…Read More