Orca II

September 15th, 2018  |   Comments Off on Orca II

Another orca scene at the Farm pool!


September 13th, 2018  |   Comments Off on Garlic

Freshly harvested garden garlic. I made this photo in late Spring with a Holga 120N and black and white film. I liked the texture of the roots and the overall contrast in the scene.

Two Doors

September 11th, 2018  |   Comments Off on Two Doors

I liked the contrast between the two doors, Oakland, CA.


September 9th, 2018  |   Comments Off on Poles

Photo stop on “Roadtrip Denmark”, Spring 2018.


September 7th, 2018  |   Comments Off on Mylar

I’m seeing more abandoned mylar balloons on beaches and in wetlands these days. Turtles, fish, dolphins and whales mistake balloons for food. Once eaten, the balloon becomes lodged in the digestive track inhibiting the animals ability to eat, causing a slow death by starvation. Think about this next time you have a birthday party and skip the balloons.


September 5th, 2018  |   Comments Off on Piñata

These two photos are from the annual 4th of July get together at the Farm in the Santa Cruz Mountains.

For the younger set the piñata is one of the highlights of the day. I like the expressions, body positions, levels of engagement, etc.

The Cosmos

September 3rd, 2018  |   Comments Off on The Cosmos

I saw this scene on a restroom wall in Watsonville. I felt like I was looking up at a crazy night sky.

Summer Sunday

September 1st, 2018  |   Comments Off on Summer Sunday

Light, silhouettes, reflections, a summer Sunday sunset, Main Beach.

Privates Beach

August 30th, 2018  |   Comments Off on Privates Beach

Privates has been getting a lot of press lately. The California Costal Commission wants to ensure everyone has access to the beach there. Philosophically, good idea. Practically, I’m not so sure. Here’s what the beach looks like on a foggy summer day with a small south swell.  


August 28th, 2018  |   Comments Off on Morning

Foggy morning at the Farm!

Bricks, leaves and moss.