Monthly Archives: August 2009

Climate is an angry beast…

Climate is an angry beast…

As I write this note, the thermometers are screaming towards the top of the dial—in a city that functions primarily without air-conditioning—meaning most residents are …

 

George

George

Figured I would keep with a theme here and stick to “graffiti friday” …so here is a great little piece I snapped up on Cathedral …

 

Deerest Antique

Deerest Antique

As their website helpfully notes… “the Alameda Point Antiques and Collectibles Faire is Northern California’s largest antiques and collectibles show.” With more than 800 booths …

 

Patching Up

Patching Up

Against seeming popular opinion, I am not a huge fan of Las Vegas. Over the past few years, every visit has been shorter than the …

 

Rave On

Rave On

I’ve been attending electronic dance music events for a long time now. Spending a few years in the scene only to get tired of it; …

 

…just like fishes in a deep blue sea

…just like fishes in a deep blue sea

San Francisco is very excited to have it’s Academy of Sciences back, and especially stoked on the new building. People come from all over to …

 

Salmon in the Shower

Salmon in the Shower

Found this great building while exploring Magnuson Park on a recent trip to Washington. Love that the artist took the time for some tongue-in-cheek humor, …

 

Eroding Alcatraz

Eroding Alcatraz

Family was in town, and so for the first time in my 10+ years of living in the Bay Area I chartered a boat to …

 

DEATH

DEATH

Today marks the completion of my 35th year on the planet. So it somehow seems fitting to start this new photography venture with a cool …