I am making this blog post because I wanted to let everybody know that this weekend I am leaving San Diego for good. Continue reading
I am staying inside but I am aware of the beautiful clouds outside! So on that note, I have decided to work on the archive and share some of my favorite cloud photographs. Let’s call them Cloudscapes. Continue reading
My March 2020 Photo of the Month is LM115, taken in early March during a rainstorm clearing the Laguna Mountains in San Diego County. Continue reading
2020 Is The Lost Year. Perhaps the best way to reflect on a lost year is to seek some normalcy and post a few of the many unprocessed photographs from the last couple years. This should be part of my Unprocessed Sunday series that I have been meaning to get to. Continue reading
This is the complete and unassailable ranking of potato chips, one of the best creations in the history of humanity and one of the things I am most passionate about in life. Failure to agree completely with this list means you are totally wrong and there is no hope for you. This is like my complete and unassailable list of overrated rock bands, but in chip form.
My February 2020 Photo of the Month is JT150, taken as a storm was clearing over Pinto Mountain in Joshua Tree National Park. Continue reading
My January 2020 Photo of the Month is WND20, another sunset photograph from San Diego’s Windansea Beach. Continue reading
The first text came in that said “RIP Kobe.” It was to a basketball-oriented texting group, and I simply assumed he was referring to Lebron passing him in career points the night before.
My December 2019 Photo of the Month is JT145, a black and white looking East as the Christmas storm that brought snow to Joshua Tree was coming in. Continue reading