Closed for the Season

Closed for the Season. When travelling in Argentina we visited the falls, but there had been a record amount of water coming over Iguazu falls, and prior to our getting there, it had destroyed this part of the walkway. As such we weren't allowed past the point where I snapped this photo. I usually don't do black and white since I like the colour pops, but this one worked best for me in Black and white. What do you think?.

View the larger version on Flickr.


Rollin'. This shot was taken with my gopro stuck to the lower half of the door on my VW GTI. I was driving donw the road and a motorcycle pack happened to pass me. I managed to get this guy pretty square in the image. I was hoping he had a long beard. Oh well....

View the larger version on Flickr.

Long since abandon

Long since abandon. This lighthouse or tower was on the Argentina side of Iguazu falls w hich I visited summer 2014. I tried a new editing technique on this one, and I like how it gave it a rather abandon, mysterious look..

View the larger version on Flickr.

Earth curvature from the Hoover Tower

Earth curvature from the Hoover Tower. Was out visiting a friend and we did a quick walk around the Stanford Campus and decided to go up the Hoover Tower. You can see for miles up there. I liked how this panoramic turned out from the iPhone 6. View the larger version on Flickr

The Powell Street Turnaround

The Powell Street Turnaround. I had all but forgotten the Powell street car turn around point. Little did I know it was going to be right outside my hotel. Managed to snap a quick shot before I caught my first Uber ride. View the larger version on Flickr

Memories of World Cup

Memories of World Cup. This is me at the Germany v France World Cup Final in the Maracana in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. What a croud and what a game! Love this stadium as well. I kind of miss Rio, at least now that it's raining here. View the larger version on Flickr

The Lonely Church

The Lonely Church. I took out my LensBaby lens the other day and decided to have some fun. Like usual with my LensBaby, I took something like 200 photos, and this was the only one that I liked. You can get some super cool effects, but I should probably restrict myself to using it when I'm super high up shooting down, give the impression of miniature worlds! But the gassian blur I got on this old church worked out well View the larger version on Flickr

On Top Of The World

On Top Of The World. This shot was taken from the top of Sugar Loaf, you can see the smaller mountain in front of Sugar Loaf, and the city below. In the center of the shot, or hte left most mainland is Copacabana beach, and if you look SUPER closely, there is a dark 1/2 circle; that's Fifa Fan Fest. Additionally, if you look closely above the cable car lines, you can see Christ the Redeemer on the highest mountain peak as well. pretty darn cool view if you ask me. Would be amazing at sunset. View the larger version on Flickr