I was going through some old images and I found this image of a street performer in Laguna beach dancing. The Laguna beach crew is very unique, they don’t do it for money (at least I’ve never seen them once ask for money) but quite the contrary they encourage others to join in on the fun. OK… OK… I liked them a lot because they were camera friendly
I spent this past Saturday hanging out with old friends in Laguna Beach, it was overcast for most of the day but it was warm enough to hit the beach for some. This a view of of South Laguna Beach were the majority is accessible via hotels, resorts and some residential properties.
I thought I would enter the weekly photo challenge for the first time since I have something that fits the theme, this is the near taking a picture of the far I saw this couple tryingContinue Reading»
Back in February I went to San Clemente with a friend of mine, neither of us have been and we decided to check it out and while at it take some pictures. One of the main photography objectives for me was to take a shot from under the Pier around sunset! Out of the blue a blanket of grey clouds came from the pacific and I knew that opportunity was gone. We decided to call it the day and head back to the car, as we were heading up the hill I turned around for a last view of the Pier and saw the blanket of clouds and I had to take a picture
Southern California is infamous for its great weather and the beautiful scenery; our winters are hardly cold compared to the rest of the country ~ 65F/18C which is hardly cold! Needless to say, patios are considered prime property, here is a restuarant from San Clemente that has its Patio full on a cold day for the locals… it was around 50F/10C!!!
A picture of a Royal Poinciana tree in San Clemente from our day trip back in February of this year. Thanks to google I was able to do a search with the image to figure out the name of the tree and from there I was able to look up what I wanted to find out about it. It originally came fromContinue Reading»
The Humble Abode Boutique Gardens in San Clemente, California. We were looking for a coffee shop as the wind was starting to pick up around sunset and the tree at the main entrance caught our attention, it looked like a gigantic bonsai tree I thought the whole shop looked straight out of a novel with the inviting & highlighted pathway to the front door.