While traveling to San Francisco, we decided to indulge in some tourist guilty pleasures and head out to the "Rock". Alcatraz Island is definitely worth the short ferry ride and I would recommend it to anyone. The island is beautiful and full of lush succulents and tropical plants. Walking around seeing all of the birds and plants, It's hard to believe this island was at one time a prison. We chose to just walk around, soak up some sun and do our own thing, most people do the audio tour, which is very busy and crowded. Either way would would be nice. I would recommend going early in the morning for this one. We went at 10 am with reservations and it was very busy and crowded in all of the buildings. Also, don't be late! Anyways, here are a few images from the excursion. Enjoy!
I just returned from a weekend trip to San Francisco with my girlfriend Kara. It's been a long time since I have seen this amazing city, and as always, it was as beautiful as ever. Most of the trip was spent roaming around, doing as many touristy things as possible, eating and drinking, and generally relaxing. It was wonderful. Although we were attempting to have a relaxing and restful weekend, as always I tried to capture some imagery of the city. Over the next few days I will be posting a collection of images from our roaming's around San Francisco. Thanks for checking them out!
Curlleaf Mountain Mahogany - Wasatch Range, UT - Canon 5D Mark III 1/500 f/8 ISO 250
Hello and Good Morning! Welcome to my first Journal entry. I have finally taken the leap of faith and decided to pursue my passion of creating imagery full time. From here on out I will be posting every morning with a series of morning adventures and studies of light from places close to home and from wherever my adventures may take me. Along with these entries I will be posting reviews of both photography and outdoor gear being used in the field. Please let me know if you have any questions, suggestions, or comments. I'm really looking forward to sharing this journey with all of you. See you out there!