Last weekend I took an incredible trip to Oregon with my friends. On the way there we drove past Mount Shasta which is so magnificent you’re instantly compelled to pull over alongside the road and snap a pic or two.
Here’s a quick shot I took before a very lovely CHP officer asked us to move to the vista parking area ahead due to the dangers of standing alongside the road. Much apologies…sometimes I just get too excited I need to take a photo right then and there. =)
This is the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge from the Marin Headlands side. As I stood here the fog began to roll in…and it comes in quickly over the bridge in the evening. I enjoy watching the fog. It acts like a gentle blanket often tucking in the city at night.
“Just imagine if you were standing right here over 60 years ago, you’d be standing in the middle of an orange grove. One visionary man stood right where you are now. But instead of orange trees, he envisioned a magic kingdom. This man’s name was Walt Disney, and his dream would be called Disneyland”
I was driving home from an awesome photo adventure in South Lake Tahoe as the sun was beginning to set. As a landscape photographer, I’m a sucker for moody skies. So while I’m driving down the mountain through all of the twists and turns in the road I’m looking for a place to pull over and photograph this spectacular sky forming in front of me. I found a small bridge crossing this stream, set up the tripod and captured this moment in time.