A couple of weeks ago, I spent a few hours with my photographer friends from Studio Nocturne SF at the Potrero Hill Power Plant, an event that was organized by Greta & Manu Schnetzler. This was a fun evening and I enjoyed playing with this industrial colossus and my little flashlight. Although I was there […]
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Instead of sitting in front on my computer and waiting for the results of today’s election, I went to the Palace of Fine Arts to have fun with my camera. Had a good time. But now back, I have trouble finding words…. Hope you enjoy the photos without additional comments! […]
In the last 10 days, Yosemite and the entire Sierra Nevada received ample amounts of precipitation. Having some free time on hand, we decided to make a short trip to Yosemite National Park to experience what we haven’t been able to see in the last few years: Yosemite with plenty of snow! When we arrived […]
These two pictures were made last weekend in Yosemite National Park, just two days before full moon. Since the moon was already big and high up in the sky, it nicely illuminated Yosemite Falls and the rock face. But we were not alone out shooting. Some other photographers were doing some light painting in red/orange […]
Some impressions from tonight’s dinner… Coquille Saint Jacques sautées sur un lit de polenta crémeuse: Saumon farci en croute… … avec fenouil et tomates à l’étouffé: Gateau d’amandes au chocolat: And yeah, we had something to drink as well; courtesy of Nadia et Frank (merci!):
The sunset was beautiful Friday night. Since I didn’t had my camera with me at work, I first had to fetch it. Once at the dock, the nice sky was already gone. Too bad. Still, I think that this black&white image of the Carnival Splendor cruise ship with the lights reflecting in the sea turned […]
As the parenthesis in the title indicate, this year’s Open Studios is a bit different. We can’t have a physical event inside a building with hundreds of visitors. ArtSpan did a great job transforming the Open Studios into an on-line event. Now you don’t even need to come to San Francisco to see all the […]
2019 came to an end and I took advantage of some downtime to review the images I made over the last 12 months. It’s always interesting to see where my photographic adventures take me, both from a geographical and artistic point of view. I enjoy as well revisiting my favorites from the past. Thank you […]
I love how clouds continuously change their shape and disappear like they never existed before. This is exactly what happened last night. I couldn’t resist to capture it with my camera.
Since 2011, I review my images at the end of the year and select my favorites. I try to balance them so that they do not all show star trails or be from the same location. This year’s selection contains pictures from Seattle, Mongolia, Paris, Oregon, San Francisco, Death Valley, Bodie and the California coast. […]