About My Blog

December 3rd, 2009  |   Comments Off on About My Blog

Here you can find work in progress, Holga photos, travel photos, snaps from around town and, occasionally, ones from the file boxes that have never found a spot to call home. The nice thing about a blog is that I can show you new work in a less formal fashion than on my web page. I post on a regular basis, so check back. You can follow me on Instagram @ jonnycakes7

Earth Day

April 22nd, 2019  |   Comments Off on Earth Day

Maybe everyday should be Earth Day!


April 20th, 2019  |   Comments Off on Owen

Portrait of Owen in the alley studio.


April 17th, 2019  |   Comments Off on Audrey

Seen on the sidewalk in downtown Berkeley, CA. I liked the 
juxtaposition of the glasses and the photograph. So random.


April 15th, 2019  |   Comments Off on Simple

The color stood out on a flat, grey morning.


April 13th, 2019  |   Comments Off on Matt

Wednesday evening on the harbor jetty. Matt was climbing and jumping 
all over the jetty. I was testing out my old Nikon F3. It was fun to 
watch Matt and challenging to photograph.


April 11th, 2019  |   Comments Off on Smile

Seen on California State Highway 140 near Catheys Valley.


April 9th, 2019  |   Comments Off on Lonely

It had a lonely feeling.


April 7th, 2019  |   Comments Off on Omar

Omar was working on some skateboard tricks on Beach
 Street. He kindly let me hang around and attempt to 
make a skateboard photo.

Beach Dance

April 5th, 2019  |   Comments Off on Beach Dance

Having some fun doing an impromptu beach dance.

Miramar RIP

April 3rd, 2019  |   Comments Off on Miramar RIP

The site of the Miramar seafood restaurant on the Santa Cruz Wharf.
I copied the bit of history below from the Santa Cruz Sentinel.
“The wharf and the fish grotto restaurant have a long history together. At least as early as 1926, the restaurant operated as Ernest’s Fish Grotto. The Miramar name — initially leased as the Mira Mar — dates back to an outdoor wharf cafe opened with that name beginning in 1929. The Marcenaro family, whose name remained attached to the business through its closure, took over the business in 1945 and significantly expanded the site in 1970.”