It was a lovely view of Sausalito, looking East, tonight. As the sun was setting, the lights on the spans of the bridges were being turned on, and the little, puffy clouds started to take the colors of sunset. On the left of the image, you can barely see the shore of Angel Island. OfRead more about Sausalito Sunset[…]
This was a wonderful, cozy space in a home in San Leandro. On the back of the property, there is a stand-alone workshop. In this configuration, it has been turned into a comfy, cozy, creative space. The wall behind the camera is filled with tools, and a lawnmower sits idle in the corner, but thisRead more about Cozy Spaces–A workshop in San Leandro[…]
Here is another image from yesterday’s sunset. It was the color of these clouds that brought me outside with my camera. After the rains from earlier in the day, visibility was spectacular. You can see the loading cranes down the Oakland/Alameda Estuary hiding underneath the Bay Bridge.
It was a particularly striking sunset tonight–and, particularly lovely because we are between storms. The Coit Tower in the San Francisco sunset looked a bit dramatic with the big, pink and purple clouds in the background.
With the rain of this weather storm, I stumbled upon a perfect Calla Lili–complete with droplets of water.
The weather has been incredible–especially considering this is early February. It kinda makes you want to get out and go rowing, sailing, hiking–basically anything outdoors. This short video includes some drone aerial video clips taken on Lake Merritt, in Oakland, CA. Imagine yourself in the seat of that boat rowing on the lake . .Read more about Rowing on Lake Merritt[…]
This little beauty is a late 1960s Sunbeam Alpine. It was a spry, little sports car made in England, and happens to be the 4-cylinder cousin to one of my favorite cars of all time–the Sunbeam Tiger. Carroll Shelby’s team of engineers took one of these cars, made the appropriate modifications, and replaced it withRead more about Roadtrip: Sunbeam Alpine[…]
Up early, the San Francisco sunrise illuminated Alcatraz, Angel Island, and the San Francisco Bay through the sleepy streets of the neighborhoods. One of the nicest benefits to all of the hills and weird, windy streets and stairs of San Francisco is that you will literally stumble upon views like these throughout the city asRead more about San Francisco Awakens[…]
Although grapes may be out of season, the Napa Valley growing area is still incredibly beautiful. Here is a quick demo reel of some of the sights in wine growing area of Napa and Sonoma, California. There is footage from Carneros, Yountville, and Oakville.
As the sun was setting today, the mustard yellow plants growing under the sleeping vines were beautiful. This was taken from the drone.