Tag Archives: photography
Sunsets along the Carquinez Strait here in Northern California bring a bit of peace as the sun sinks into a fog bank farther out from the bridge. The sun that is still shining bright where the Sunday Traveler will find … Continue reading
Concentrate on the heart; let all else drift.
A few weeks ago when I began this Monday series on minimalism, I meant it photographically; but, it seems it blends into other areas of my life as well. As I moved to a new home, the layers began to … Continue reading
Living in the San Francisco Bay Area allows one to travel short distances and feel like having been on the trip of a lifetime. No need for packing suitcases and struggling through airport madness. Hop in your car, or on … Continue reading
A sea of turbulence to get through to land.
There’s a world out there to discover, but sometimes the best place to start is home. A little town in San Francisco’s North Bay, population of about 32,000, was founded in 1847, and served as California’s capital from 1853-1854, and … Continue reading
Fences, real or shadows, blocking us from…what? I saw this image as I walked by and thought of how fences, even if just shadows, can sometimes stop us. I then glanced over to my right, and a little girl of … Continue reading
Looking out through the gate to destinations waiting to be found is a lesson in patience. For now, exploring a new hometown will serve to imprint this new image of home in my mind to make a return from travel … Continue reading
“Photography, like poetry, doesn’t provide the pool of narrative, just the diving board” ~Alec Soth One photo, segregated, broken up in to minimized parts provides the place to dive. Dive deep into a story, your own when you make the … Continue reading
The traffic in metropolitan Guadalajara is unbelievable, as it is in all the surrounding areas that have really grown to be a part of Guadalajara itself. The numbers in population vary when I look on different websites, but the “official” … Continue reading