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A Fall Fantasy

Thursday, December 3rd, 2009


Nothing deep to share. Or is there?

The past weeks have allowed me a lot of time and effort to delve into what many consider to be my forte, which is shooting surfing, nature,  beach culture and lifestyle.

So this blog is devoted to showing a few of the sights seen this last several weeks of Fall. It is a teensy sampling of over 1200 final images collected. The culmination of a huge number of commercial, editorial and personal interest projects.

Thanks to the beautiful place that I live in, and all my wonderful friends, commercial clients and publications for making such a huge collection possible. And to my girlfriend and principal stylist, Donna Von Hoesslin of Betty B.

Much looms on the horizon for us as we plunge towards Winter and a New Year.

Take a deep breath. Breath. And as my friend Korina instructed me to do yesterday: “Step on to the sand.”

Click on any of the images in the gallery for a larger view.

All of it was shot on the Canon5D Mark 2 and Canon and Tokina lenses, using SPL waterhousings.

Step On To The Sand

Step On To The Sand

Last but not least:

My Agenda

Monday, April 27th, 2009
Pelican Eye

Pelican Eye

The blog to do list waxes long and there is so much to communicate. But at the top of my list is a chain of creative people. Artists, writers, film makers,  dancers, musicians, photographers and business owners, whose work and bright glow I hope to share. It will need to be fun, inspiring and encouraging, because that is who and what they all are.


Making a fiscal way in Photography

An examination of technology and how it affects man.

Technology and Green.

A look at Canon’s new 5D Mark 2 and what may be the most amazing imaging tool yet.

Sustainability: concept and goals.

Surfing, my favorite images.

Waves, best selects from a 10,000 image file

Dolphins, best selects from a 2000 image file

Interspersed will be quick glances through pertinent issues that all of you can affect.

Nothing inspires order like nature, and none aspires  so well as he who can exist in harmony with it. Ask a surfer.

Click on the links and follow them. Frequently they are the best part of this blog. Like the one right here from Seth Godin.

Thanks for reading!

Click on any image for a full view and a back story on the image.

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