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Incoming Tide.

Photographing the rising tide during sunset is one of my favorite things. On this evening, Mother Nature gave us just a bit of cloud cover to yield some beautiful colors. With a neutral density filter & slow shutter speed, you can feel the rush of the incoming tide. Enjoy!
Photographed March 8, 2017
20mm
ISO 100
F 10
1/6 second
ND 8 filter

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Schøtstuene, Bergen, Norway
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(E-M10)

A splash of color on a gray day.

On this Dia de los Muertos, may your family & friends that have passed always have peaceful spiritual journeys.

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Incoming Tide.

Photographing the rising tide during sunset is one of my favorite things. On this evening, Mother Nature gave us just a bit of cloud cover to yield some beautiful colors. With a neutral density filter & slow shutter speed, you can feel the rush of the incoming tide. Enjoy!
Photographed March 8, 2017
20mm
ISO 100
F 10
1/6 second
ND 8 filter

Twilight twirling.
Tonight was a perfect night to play with fire! Enjoy!

ISO 100
F 9
5 sec

Abstract Eye.

This is my first abstract photograph! Taken at Wonderspaces' pop-up art gallery, I had some slow shutter fun with the art installation Sweet Spot. It's created with 3700 thin multi-color nylon cords hanging from ceiling to floor. Enjoy!

ISO 100
28 mm
f 22
3 sec

Framed.

Tonight, we visited Wonderspaces, a pop-up art gallery with extraordinary art from around the world. This photo was taken in the Daydream v2 audiovisual installation, which generates space distortions. The show makes you think of art in new and different ways. The San Diego installation has been extended to August 27. Catch it while you can!

Bouquet of Fireworks.

It's been a while since I've trekked to Coronado with my camera, but tonight I was lucky enough to capture the San Diego Symphony's fireworks finale to their Summer Pops concert... almost as fortunate as the kayakers in the water. Enjoy!

ISO 100
28 mm
F 7.1
2 second

Sunset Reflection.

With my DSLR sent back to the manufacturer due to a shutter recall, I headed out tonight with my little Canon S110 point & shoot camera and a tripod. Yes, there was a beautiful sunset tonight. But this colorful reflection in this window is what caught my eye.

Perhaps this will make us rethink whether "big" DSLR cameras make better photographs than little cameras.

Enjoy!

Sunset Selfie.
As the San Diego region is incredibly large, there are many different climates. Even when you study the sky, cloud, and fog formations, you never know what might happen come sunset. So, you learn to take leaps of faith, and hope that tonight's the night. And guess what? It was! Enjoy!

ISO 200
f 13
1/13 sec
ND 8

Cotton Candy Clouds.

Occasionally, Mother Earth rewards my persistence to return to the same locations repeatedly. For every 10 times I chase sunsets, there may be only 1 night that turns into something breathtaking. Enjoy!

Taken July 9, 2017

ISO 100
28 mm
F 5.6
0.6 sec

Stacked ND 8, ND 4, GND 8 filters

Chasing Sunsets and Waterfalls.

Tonight was the first time in over 5 months since I last visited my favorite place for sunsets. So thankful that Mother Nature provided these beautiful clouds and fog bank. Enjoy!

ISO 100; 28mm; f5.6; 0.8 sec on tripod
Stacked ND8, ND4, and GND8 filters.

Standing Under The Flag.

Happy Birthday America! May you have a joyful & safe holiday!

Spinning Wheel.

Finally, I made it west of the Del Mar Fairgrounds to photograph The Big Wheel during the Fair! I love the rotational blur in the wheel, which was captured with a long exposure. Many thanks to @lenslifephoto for organizing this meetup!

ISO 100; 35mm; f22; 1 second

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