Sunday evening I got to revisit an old photo spot that I have been meaning to get to for some time now. The 4th street overpass is one of the more popular photo spots in downtown Los Angeles.
These are my California Photography articles. Follow me from San Diego all the way up to San Francisco, with stops at, Los Angeles, Joshua Tree, Death Valley, the Central valley and Yosemite National Park, there is nothing quite as beautiful and diverse as California’s landscape.
With California Photography I often find myself alone, in remote areas of the desert, witnessing things that most don’t get to see. I strive to capture the moment that unmistakably expresses the emotions I felt in that fleeting instant of time and space. Just for a minute, I want people to be removed from their daily lives through my photographs, and connect with me as I share the beauty of California as I see it.
This past Sunday the 12th of February I left the house early to hike up past the observatory in Griffith park to catch the sunrise. I left my apartment before 6am and headed to the park where I enjoyed a brisk 20 minute hike up the mountain, past the observatory and to a good photo spot behind.
This Sunday I left the house early for some "Urban Exploration" and headed to Pacific Palisades out on the coast, to go looking for an abandoned Nazi complex.
Recently I got the chance to take a trip up to Mammoth and the Eastern Sierra mountains for a few days.
Recently I got the chance to drive out a little way into the Mojave desert and check out some old film sets that are still in existence out there.
A big thank you to all who made it out to Santinos on Thursday as a part of the art crawl.
This weekend I got to spend an afternoon in Ventura down on the beach.
If you're attending the Venice Art Crawl on Thursday 17th of February you can see a selection of my images at Santinos on Pacific Avenue.
This past weekend I got to spend some time in the beautiful Santa Barbara county area, specifically Goleta which is where you'll find Elwood pier