Above It All

Melanie and I went out last night to watch the sunset. She watched the sunset and looked at her phone and I snapped pictures continuously. It was a truly magical fog night to be up in Berkeley Hills.

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Lightrays

Point Cabrillo Lighthouse in Mendecino County, CA.

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New Years Tradition

Second year in a row I’ve pointed my camera towards a San Francisco cityscape on New Years Day. This year was even better than the last. I think I’m going to make this a new tradition.

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Re-Editing

Sometimes a quick re-edit breathes new life into something you knew you liked, but never felt like publishing. Processed in Nik Analog Efex Pro, which I’m liking a lot more than I thought I would.

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Two Cities

A friend once told me that I had it better living in Oakland, because when I go out I get to look at San Francisco but when he goes out he has to look at Oakland. He may be right, but in this picture I got a chance to look at both as well as the beautiful curves of Highway 24.

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Bridge to Nowhere

I just love the Berkeley Pier ruins. It provides an excellent foreground to an excellent view of the city.

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Wide Angle

I shot this with my Tamron wide angle for my crop frame. Since I went to the D600 I haven’t had a wide angle, but I just got in a 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5 and I’m very excited to get out and shoot with it. So awesome to have a wide angle on my full frame!via Flickr http://flic.kr/p/gXbJPR