Sunday, February 28, 2010

This week I was lucky enough to take a few hundred mile drive up the California coast.  Or of course as we say - PCH (The 1 & 101).

It was always great to get out and walk on the beach or the cliffs overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

So many of the piers are great places to take in the sights and this one at Hermosa Beach was a great walk on a long pier.
I just happened to notice that it had a long crack down the middle from all the hammering by the surf.  Makes you wonder when that last long walk on a short pier may come in a state rattled by earthquakes regularly.

Friday, February 19, 2010

This week I was at a fashion show and with all the frantic goings on I decided to do a before and after shot similar to last week's email.

One thing I immediately noticed that on just one side in a quick look there were at least 20 folks taping the show with their devices.  That's why I include the dark one and lighter one when full.

Then a little bit after the show everyone pours out to the after party.  It's really a neat thing - folks spend days setting it up and in about 12 minutes it's over.

Friday, February 12, 2010

This week we all know about the snow that has come and gone.

Of course it was a photo paradise in the park and I shot a ton of images.
What to pick is always the question - so when looking around I noticed I had two shots from the Park which are about equal this week - except for the weather - so here is the before and during snow looks of the ice skating rink.

Other shots of the storm are here if you like -

Friday, February 05, 2010

Sometimes you look at a photo and think - wow - was I once there? -  I don't remember it looking like that - etc.

This week as I reviewed some of the baby photos I shot of Cavan I thought just that.

We have the issues to think about like the economy, war, politics, terrorists, job, life etc - and all he has is eating, sleeping and poopping - maybe not so bad a gig right now!

A Quick Look at the 1972 Hasselblad 500C/M

Just a few snaps of the awesome and durable 500C/M.