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Jun 112014
 

Yes.  There are plenty of big buildings in Los Angeles.  But I was quite surprised to find how easy it was to get around downtown.  Getting around to different parts of the city when needing to use the freeway is quite different, but within downtown is actually not so bad.   Personally, I had a wonderful time walking around, driving when need be  and just generally enjoying this big city.  I wonder what it is about big buildings that attract me?  I seem to just like the architecture of the area I’m in, in general, wherever or whatever that happens to be.

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May 302014
 

Leaving work on my way out to a crowded freeway, I always pass this spot on the bay.  Across from Sausalito it looks out onto the tips of the Golden Gate Bridge and just a bit south, onto San Francisco itself.  This evening, though, the fog had settled in.  The infamous Bay Area fog, getting sucked into the Gate and the City by the warmer air inland.  Yes, it makes everything cooler, colder even, but it sure makes for a great subject matter.

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Nov 022013
 

Being able to stay right above the Pacific Ocean sure does wonders for capturing the constantly changing moods of the coastline.  It was winter, my favorite time for coastal photography, and we rented a perfect little secluded cabin, nestled directly above the ocean on its high-bank perch.  What a great place to watch the waves and weather roll in.

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Oct 082012
 

Arriving at our camp at Mapungubwe was exhilarating.  The landscape is moon-like, the ground and rock the same color of golden red, and to top it off, there’s the over-lighting presence of the giant baobab trees with trunks seemingly as thick as the the tree is tall.  I would have loved to take a long fading-light walk, but because of the large amounts of elephant dung and tracks and droppings of other unknown animals, we were strongly advised against wandering too far.  The next morning I awoke before dawn to take a few photos.  Though the various animal roars I heard were awesome to hear, they had me staying pretty close to home.

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