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VW Fish

Jackson Pollock

Monet

Starry Night

McDonald’s Morning

Comfort Inn

Bug Trespassing

Bug For Sale

New Used Cars

Cheers!

Wishing you a Happy New Year’s! Photo taken at Devil’s Canyon Brewing Co in San Carlos, CA.

Antelope Valley

California Aqueduct

The 400+ mile aqueduct in California moves water from the Northern California Sierra Nevada mountains to Southern California. In Palmdale, it is open and a nice hiking […]

Antelope Valley

Gondola, Lights, Moon

Not like the setting needed any help, but a full moon showed up anyways.

Gondola and Christmas Lights

The Naples neighborhood of Long Beach goes all out with Christmas lights. There is a walking path, but probably best viewed from the canals on a gondola […]

Fishing off the Pier

Birds on the Pier

Christmas in SoCal

Merry Christmas ğŸŽ„ from Seal Beach, California. It wasn’t a hot day, but warm enough to surf and play in the sand a few days before Christmas.

Driving at Night

I recently came across Will Yurman’s A Day A Photo project, where he has posted a photo a day for 15 years and going! Sadly, I haven’t […]

Twelves #12: Joshua Tree

December is a fairly busy month, combined with a bought of flu going around our house, I didn't quite get as much photography done as I might […]

Construction in Autumn

One thing constant around the area is the on going construction. Here are a few shots from the construction site for Stanford's new Redwood City campus.

After the Festival

Each year Half Moon Bay has one of the largest pumpkin festivals in California, started back in 1971 as part of a city beautification project to help […]

Night of Holiday Lights

Our home town had a nice Night of Holiday Lights with real fake snow, a grinch, a father winter, and of course Santa Claus ringing in the […]

Autumn

A set of autumn photos from around town. Who says California doesn't have seasons and changing leaves. Ok, might not be to the extent of a New […]

Twelves #11 – The Necropolis of Colma

The Town of Colma, featured briefly in this weekly post, is known as the only necropolis in the United States, a City of the Dead. The population […]

Town of Colma

Colma is a small town a few miles south of San Francisco. The city is one of the stops along the El Camino Real and the adjacent […]

Burlingame

St. Dunstan Catholic Church

While out shooting for my El Camino project, I came across the St. Dunstan Catholic Church in Millbrae. It is a quaint church sitting on top of […]

Salsa Festival

The Redwood City 10th Annual Salsa Festival featured hot sauce and salsa dancing, I focused on the sauce. The salsa tasting competition included 8 competitors from mild […]

Twelves #10 – El Camino Real

The tenth part of my twelves project is another set from El Camino Real the major road that runs through California from San Diego to San Francisco. You […]

New Almaden

One of the reasons for the Bay Area's prosperity and growth is from the mercury mines in south San Jose. The New Almaden Quicksilver Mine was the […]

Ardenwood Farm

Ardenwood Farm is a historic farm in Fremont, CA. George Patterson started the farm in the 1850's after failing to strike it rich mining gold. He ended […]