Bonny Scotland!

While the focus of my photography is the landscape of the United States, I am certainly not going to pass up a nice trip overseas. So, after talking about it for 12 years, my parents and I went to Scotland for 2 weeks, and my brother even joined us for a week. We mostly stayed in small towns in the Highlands. It rained a lot, but I enjoyed the fascinating landscape, and getting a good change of scenery for a while. I took a lot of photos that I want to share, so there are a few here, and I have more on another page.


See all of my photos of Scotland here.

Bonny Scotland!

St Nicholas Kirk in Aberdeen - kirk means church

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Bonny Scotland!

Highland cow outside The Glenlivet distillery

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Bonny Scotland!

Dusk in Inverness (about 10:30 at night)

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Bonny Scotland!

Animals staying out of the rain in Beauly

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Bonny Scotland!

Sunset at Nairn Beach along the Moray Firth

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Bonny Scotland!

Along the road A9 at the east coast of the northern reaches of Scotland

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You say Potato…

I spent the day of New Year’s Eve with some friends kayaking around Santa Cruz Island, which is part of The Channel Islands, off the coast of Southern California. After warming up and setting up camp for the night, 3 of us went to seek a good view of the sunset. We heard it was great at Potato Harbor, and after a bit of debate, we picked a trail towards it and headed that way. The last few days had seen a lot of fog in the area, and we were never sure what sort of visibility we’d get, but we went for it anyway. As you’ll be able to see in these pictures, we were quite glad that we made the effort.

You can see more photos from this trip at my Facebook page

You say Potato...

About half a mile from the Potato Harbor Overlook, the fog rolled in and we didn't think we'd see much

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Boy were we wrong - the sunset was perfect - I loved the light on the rocks on the right

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The fog rolled back in quickly and the view didn't last too long.

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We were treated to a crystal clear night once the sun went down

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The Third Time is the Charm

I’d been to Santa Barbara twice before, but didn’t think much of it besides the fact that it has a nice coast, which can be said of many towns in Southern California. This time I was there to visit my friend Alissa Sears, who is a proud resident and great ambassador for Santa Barbara. This allowed me to do a terrific hike, and take a beautiful drive, with stunning views all around. It’s amazing what a difference it makes to have the help of a knowledgeable local. This is what Alissa had to say when I asked her for her thoughts on Santa Barbara:

“Having grown up in Santa Barbara, I love sharing the amazing adventures, natural beauty, and unique experiences the area holds. From the islands to the mountains and into the valley, there’s always something fun to do, a new area to explore, and great people with whom to share it!”

I guess that means I’ll have to go back to see the islands. I’m looking forward to that.

The Third Time is the Charm

Knapp's Castle off East Camino Cielo near the Painted Cave section of town

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View from a rock formation on the Hot Springs Trail

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The drive through the Los Padres National Forest is gorgeous

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The roads wind dizzyingly from the ocean through the mountains (Painted Cave Road)

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Even the view from Alissa's apartment was stunning

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The Accidental Sea

Whoa, the Salton Sea in California is probably the strangest place I’ve been to in my life. I am not going to go into the history of it, because numerous websites can do it better justice than I ever could. What I can speak to is a small glimpse of its current condition: a few die hard residents, some visitors in RVs, lots of abandoned buildings, and massive amounts of dead fish. Whoever had the idea to stock a lake in the desert with tilapia probably never imagined the massive dieoffs that would happen each year when oxygen levels deplete! To learn more, I think a good resource is the video you can see by clicking here

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The Accidental Sea

Massive amounts of crushed up fish line the shores

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The more recently deceased fish make their presence known as well

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The newer and older dead fish line the shore for as far as the eye can see

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Many of the buildings are beyond recognition

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A Hot Idea

After visiting The Grand Canyon and Southern Utah I was tired and ready to go home to Hermosa Beach, but I had told myself for weeks that I was going to stop by Death Valley on the way back. I decided to skip Death Valley, and was on the highway back to go home, when I changed my mind again. I punched Death Valley National Park into my GPS and figured nothing too bad could happen. I was right. The worst part was setting up a tent in the dark, so life was pretty good. I knew very little about Death Valley before visiting. The most amazing thing I learned was that it is the largest National Park in the contiguous United States, measuring over twice the size of Delaware. Plus if you add the stretches of desolation, run down towns, and abandonment surrounding the park, it’s amazing how massive the area is. All just about 200 miles from Los Angeles! Oh, and on average, it’s the hottest place in the world.

You can see more photos and outtakes from this road trip on my Facebook page by clicking here

A Hot Idea

Abandonment and shanty towns started in Nevada before I got into the park

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A Hot Idea

After camping, watched the sun rise at the Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes - gonna be a hot day!

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A Hot Idea

This is in the United States? I wouldn't believe you if I hadn't been there myself

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A Hot Idea

It is like there are dunes within the dunes

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A Grand Adventure

When I first invited my friend Matt to meet me in Las Vegas and go to the Grand Canyon, I thought we’d be leaving Las Vegas around 3 or 4 PM, get a campground or cheap motel around 10 PM, and stroll to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon for sunrise at our leisure. (The North Rim is the less popular, more out of the way place. But from what I’ve heard, more beautiful) Turns out Matt had to come in around 9:30, and we only had a few days, so I made the executive decision that we would drive towards the Grand Canyon immediately, and figure it all out later. Our plans to see the sunrise were almost foiled by the need for gas, but we did find a place in the middle of nowhere that left the gas pumps on overnight while the store was closed. As we got within a few hours of the park, there were more deer than you could ever imagine hanging out by the road, and it became unsafe, so we pulled over for a while. Matt caught some shuteye on the ground (definitely legal in a National Forest, which we were in). I couldn’t sleep so I took some night photos. Matt eventually got up, we got in my car, and headed the last hour or so to the Canyon and checked out the first hour or two of sun. Then we embarked on an offroading adventure in my Jeep to Point Sublime, which took 2 hours to go 16 miles. It was all worth it when we got a 300 degree view of the canyon. Pictures can’t do Point Sublime justice, so put it on your list and see for yourself someday.

You can see more photos and outtakes from this road trip on my Facebook page by clicking here

A Grand Adventure

The drive through the night was a sight to behold in and of itself

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A Grand Adventure

Some of the very first rays of light start to light up the canyon

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A Grand Adventure

The rim had a lot more plant life than I expected

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Even getting to Point Sublime provided some spectacular sights

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A Grand Adventure

Thanks to Matt Van Damm for this photo of me shooting the shot above

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Take Me to the Other Side (Of Chicago)

I’m not going to get into the technical definitions of the North Side vs the South Side of Chicago. All I know is that the last time I went to Chicago I stayed in the northern section of downtown, and this time, I was a few miles south of the major tourist attractions. (You can see my photos from my previous visit here)

After a long few days on my feet, I decided to soldier on and walk a few miles up the shore of Lake Michigan, but I didn’t make it very far without getting tired. That’s when I looked up and saw how beautiful the clouds were by the marina. After that, I slowly walked back to my hotel, and discovered the walking bridge over Lake Shore Drive. Plus, as luck would have it, my view from my hotel room was pointing south, which I enjoyed, as the refineries off in the distance always fascinate me. All in all, I enjoyed how my location forced me to look at downtown Chicago in a different way.

Take Me to the Other Side (Of Chicago)

Marina near Lake Michigan

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View of Chicago from walkway behind McCormick Place

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View from the 30th floor of the Hyatt at McCormick Place

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We are not in Avalon anymore

I moved to Southern California about 6 months before posting this, and until a few weeks ago, taking a trip to Catalina Island never really piqued my interest. Most people I had mentioned Catalina Island to said things like “Oh it’s just a little tourist town. There’s not much to see.” and “You probably wouldn’t have much fun there.” It’s no stretch to assume that they were talking about Avalon, the population center and main tourist draw of Catalina Island. You may even be familiar with photos of the harbor there, which you can see in someone else’s photo at here.

Every once in a while I’d see Catalina off in the distance, and see how big and mountainous it was but it wasn’t until I heard an ad for a free boat ride to Catalina Island for your birthday that I decided to look into it more. Through a bit of Googling, I learned two interesting things. One was that you could hike and camp on the “interior” of the island. The other was that you didn’t even have to take a boat to Avalon. In fact you could get off the boat at Two Harbors, which is a tiny village consisting of well, 2 harbors, 1 store, 1 restaurant / bar, and a couple places to rent recreational equipment.

So, on my birthday morning I took the boat to Two Harbors, and, for the first time about 13 years, hiked with a tent and sleeping bag on my back, and set up camp at Little Harbor, miles from civilization. The weather was either overcast or downright foggy most of the time, so the photo opportunities weren’t great, but it was very interesting, and I saw the Catalina Island that not many people know about.

On the hike back I really took it slow, keeping in mind that I’d probably never be there again. But I won’t forget it any time soon.

We are not in Avalon anymore

Not sure what the chain under the pier in Two Harbors is for

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We are not in Avalon anymore

As the fog cleared, the view of the ocean from the Trans Catalina Trail became apparent

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We are not in Avalon anymore

The Trans Catalina Trail is lined with broken down and collapsed fences

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We are not in Avalon anymore

Even with the gray skies the rocky cove in Little Harbor was fascinating

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We are not in Avalon anymore

I spent some peaceful time alone at night overlooking the same cove at Little Harbor

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We are not in Avalon anymore

How this International Harvester wagon got next to the hiking trail is beyond me

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We are not in Avalon anymore

I kicked my shoes off and laid on a bench when I got back to Two Harbors - and this was my view

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Baltimore, Maryland

I showed this photo to my friend, and Baltimore native, Dan Diaczok, and this is what he had to say:

“Beautiful man. I have always loved the Baltimore smoke stack….let’s travelers know what kind of city they’re passing.”

That’s exactly what I was going for with this shot…luckily Dan was able to understand it, and put it into words better than I could.

Baltimore, Maryland

Looking north from near I-95

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Elevating my view of Southern California

I currently live at about 10 feet above sea level….maybe 12 or 13 feet during low tide.   I’ve been in Southern California for almost 5 months, and the Santa Monica Mountains are the highest I’ve gone above sea level.   My parents came to visit me for 5 nights, so I decided to use that as an opportunity to finally head east and check out the Big Bear area with them.  While known for its skiing and snowboarding, I heard it’s also very beautiful in the summertime.   After about 80 miles of boring freeways, the drive gets interesting as soon as you hit the San Berndadino National Forest.   Up and up you go, through hairpin turns and just the type of mountainous climb I love.    At one point the elevation was over 8000 feet, and at Big Bear Lake it’s almost 7000 feet.   No matter where you live, getting away is always nice, and I really loved getting into the mountains and away from the beach.  I wish I had more than 1 night there….but it’s only a couple hours away, so I will be back.

Elevating my view of Southern California

Stanfield Marsh Boardwalk at Big Bear Lake

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Metal 20 x 30 $340
Metal 24 x 36 $475
Metal 30 x 45 $775
Metal 40 x 60 $1350
Canvas 8 x 12 $90
Canvas 12 x 18 $125
Canvas 16 x 24 $175
Canvas 24 x 36 $285
Canvas 40 x 60 $595
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