La Patrouille de France is the French equivalent of the Blue Angels. Currently they are on a US tour with their Dassault/Dornier Alpha Jets and an accompanying Airbus A400M. They criss-cross Northern America and had a Golden Gate Bridge flyby here in San Francisco, something I couldn’t miss. The Alpha Jets flew all over the […]
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Each February, a small seasonal waterfall on the east side of Yosemite’s El Capitan brings on a show: the setting sun illuminates Horsetail Fall. When looked at it from the eastern side, this backlit waterfall glows intensely for a few minutes before dusk. It is something beautiful to see. Some call this effect the natural […]
At my opening reception of the Bay Area Swiss Artists Show, I met Natalie Wagner, a Swiss dancer and choreographer, who is here in San Francisco for a six month residency. We decided to collaborate on a photoshoot and a few days ago we made it happen. Yes, I love the outdoor and landscape images, but […]
This is the second post from the 25th Sonoma County Hot Air Balloon Classic. In my previous post I showed images from the dawn patrol. The only balloons that got up that day were the tethered balloons, and they only made it to 30 feet above ground. As the saying goes, the show must go […]
Last weekend was my Open Studios event with Studio Nocturne at Fort Mason. I had a great time. A big thank you to everyone who came or who tried to come. Parking was very difficult during the entire weekend and I know of several people who were unable to find parking. All my work on […]
This post is part of my Guizhou-China blog post series. I don’t remember whose idea it was, but half of our group decided to hike all the way up to the pavilion that overlooks Zhenyuan and the valley. This was early in the morning and way before breakfast. One fellow even decided to count the stairs on […]
This post is part of my Guizhou-China blog post series. Finally the start of our photography tour led by William Yu was here. Below is a simple map that shows a few places where we stopped during the day and where we stayed at night. As you can imagine, we travelled quite a distance. The first day was mostly […]
This post is part of my Guizhou-China blog post series. Another attraction in Guiyang is the Qianling Park and its the Hongfu temple. This park is huge (1052.7 acres) and supports different activities. There is a cable car to get to the Kanzhu Pavilion, which is on top of the Qianling Mountain and provides a nice overlook of Guiyang […]
Tonight was full moon and I went to the Marina headlands to capture it rising over the Golden Gate Bridge with San Francisco in the background. And I have to admit that I am really happy with the results! I went to two different spots that were a few hundred feet apart. At the first […]