Giants baseball fans are diehard, despite the downpour illustrated here at a Giants ball game in AT&T Park.
The above 2003 shot from the San Mateo County Fair rekindled memories from Sacramento's Land Park Zoo. I returned to those roots in 2011. In scanning old photos, memories flooded from as long as sixty years ago!
A return trip from Florida in 2010 featured an impulsive detour to famous New Orleans! In the bar to the right, I shared the world’s supposedly strongest drink, a Hand Grenade, with my daughter! The humid heat set the scene for a lifetime memory. 🔍
I captured this left field scene at a rainy night game at the Giants baseball stadium while on a photo shoot with a friend at AT&T Park in San Francisco over a decade ago.
This classic view of Pier 39 and Alcatraz is one of the most recognizable San Francisco icons. I enjoyed fiddling with filters to obtain this artsy version of the original shot.
My return trip from Florida in 2010 featured an impulsive detour to famous New Orleans! This typical street scene is presented in an exaggerated artsy way to convey the ambiance.
On a photo shoot with a singles group from Menlo.church in May of 2005, we focused on Baker Beach, situated just south of and within sight of the famous Golden Gate Bridge. This artsy rendition showcases the sunset rays filtered through the encroaching evening fog.
Placerville, California’s Quartz Alley reveals a medley of brick textures to delight the eyes.
Coit Tower is one of the most recognizable San Francisco icons. I enjoyed fiddling with filters to obtain this artsy version of the original shot.
I captured this scene at a Giants baseball game photo shoot with a friend at AT&T Park in San Francisco over a decade ago. The iconic phrase “Bye, Bye Baby!” was based on Giants’ announcer Russ Hodges’ signature home run call. For a baseball fan, this is the ultimate thrill of watching the game, as illustrated... Continue Reading →
This twilight scene awakened childhood memories as I witnessed the children cavorting in the meadow, awaiting what, in my day, would have been the inevitable shriek from my mother to come home immediately!