Tag: photography

M83 at FYF Festival in L.A.

For a long time, you, my followers and commentators, have complimented my pictures. I can acknowledge the great feedback and I accept it all, to an extent. It’s just that I look at pictures of other blogs, esp. from professional photographers, and also those who can “create” images, […]

Potrero John Trail in Ojai

Sometimes I take a break from driving long distance. I just don’t always have the patience to sit in a car admiring the long lines of marching cars in major cities. Sometimes, I just don’t have the same neutral concern to hustle and bustle with the crowd, or to that one guy getting robbed. Of course, I’m just joshing. I […]

Inside: The Getty Center

The collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum on display at the Getty Center includes pre-20th-century European paintings, drawings, illuminated manuscripts, sculpture, and decorative arts; and 19th- and 20th-century American and European photographs.

Old Fisherman’s Wharf or Cannery Row

. Take your choice, Cannery Row or Fisherman’s Wharf. As soon as you walk out the must-go-to Monterey Bay Aquarium, you will be greeted by a row of inviting shops, restaurants and other business ventures including other family-fun activities that Cannery Row offers. Cannery Row is longer, has […]

Weekly Photo Challenge: Movements

. . . . . . . . . Land, water, air, mid-air or suspended in between, there’s always something adventurous going on in California. Last Call… _______________________________________ You have GOT TO SEE this blog! FEATURED BLOG Canadian Hiking Photography or hikingblog.com is one of WP’s recommended Travel […]

Torrey Pines Gliderport

Thank You 500 Followers! Just for the record, I was never a part to any of these. I was literally just a bystander enjoying the view. This is Torrey Pines Gliderport, where adventure seekers aim high by taking flight. Hang gliding, paragliding and sail planes happen here. For […]