Macro Droplets on Poinsettias

After a long cold rain, the sun came out and dropped heavy golden beams down on a poinsettia sitting on the porch. I grabbed my macro lens and moved in close, seeing how well I could capture Nature’s dewy diamonds. Later … Read More

Point Loma Tide Pools

The tide pools at Point Loma are absolutely gorgeous. I drove down there just before sunset and as I arrived at the first crowded parking lot with dozens of people all milling about, I thought to myself, “there’s got to … Read More

San Joaquin Marsh With the Birds

I had the most wonderful time exploring San Joaquin Marsh with two new friends and fellow photographers, Erin and James. Just a short way down a little road I never knew existed around the corner from UCI, we found ourselves in … Read More

Sunset at Simpson Park

Simpson Park might not necessarily fit most people’s definition of beautiful, especially if you visit in the middle of the afternoon. Not everyone falls in love with the endless rocks and dry brush of this desert garden. Nevertheless, it’s definitely one … Read More

Color, Shape and Texture

I really enjoy abstract photography. There’s something so meditative about looking for unique shapes and compositions in things, rather than trying to take a picture of a subject. That’s why it becomes even more fun when I’m taking images through … Read More

Rose Haven Heritage Garden

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These images are from an afternoon that Brandon and I spent at Rose Haven Heritage Garden in Temecula. Our visit was long after the prime of the season, so most of the roses were drooping and dying, but there was … Read More

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