The days seem to dissolve into each other now that are getting used to this Shelter-In-Place order in San Francisco. I have been working from home as much as I can, it is strange not seeing my co-worker/ friends at Berkeley Lab, but there is not a lot or work a photographer can do remotely. […]
I have a new job! More correctly, it was a new job, a year ago. I realized I have not updated this site in over a year. But, I have been busy. Just
On my way back from a photo shoot I took a short detour to Twin Peaks to see how bad visibility is when the weather reports state the air is “Very Unhealthy”. The view had its usual groups of people doing selfies with the San Francisco in the background…. but there was one problem. You […]
For the first time in my life I have worn a painter’s mask while riding my bike or doing heavy work. The air is so thick you can almost feel it. My son, who is attending UC Davis has had his last two days of classes canceled due to the terrible air. I can not […]
This is just some random photo that was on my desktop. It is really late, I have been taking photos since 9 a.m. and I am getting rather slap happy. Probably best to stop typing.
Yes, that is a baby goat on top of a woman trying to do yoga. I am not really sure how much actual yoga happens at these sessions sponsored by City Grazing but the goats seem to enjoy walking over the people, eating their hair, clothing and whatever else they can get their teeth around. […]
The above photo was made on film a long-long time ago. I think it was for the SF Chronicle, the humans in the photo are researchers studying Great White Sharks (that is the terrifying looking thing in the water.) To get this photo I was standing on the top most part of the boat, not […]
I have written and re-written this sentence about a dozen times. Each version seems profound at first, then I think of something better and begin again. Honestly that could go on for hours if I let it. But, I have made a commitment to myself not to allow that to happen, so am writing this […]
Try to notice the things that are not too obvious or yelling for your attention.