Floating, fluorescent sea creatures at The California Academy of Sciences
I set out in search of a dreamy vista to photograph, but this behemoth of a vehicle caught my eye.
Club Six’s weekly paint party whipped me into a photo frenzy, hence the abundance of photos. It’s a gallery come to life, with new paintings born a few times every hour. They mature from blank blackness into raggedy outlines then full-grown works of art before the dark-shirted curator pries them off the wall to black them out and hang them again for their next incarnation.
San Francisco’s most colorful happy hour lures creatives for a chance to imbibe and impress. Patrons smear paint on wooden boards, composing designs, figures and messages with surprising skill, given the amount of empty Red Stripe bottles scattered about.
San Diego is pretty photogenic. It’s hard not to bring my camera everywhere I go.
On a sunny afternoon, face-painted Melodie Rose played with her dad in the sand. They let me snap a few photos.
These three friends were delighted to turn their playground jaunt into a photo session.
I recently photographed this little girl climbing on the lifeguard towers at Moonlight Beach.
These are some photos I took of a waddling toddler.