Winter season took a while to settle in, but once it did I easily forgot how it was nicer not long ago. I went into December attending my first MBA class in Business Operations. Needless to say, working and school have been challenging along with running this business. It is all worth it though. Aside from that I spent a lot of time eating out or ordering food. Things have not slowed down socially for me either. What has your winter been like so far?
Today marks the first day of the summer solstice! To my surprise, San Diego is not sunny today, and it seems more like a day in fall or early spring. In honor of this day, I would like to present one of my "hottest" photos to date! This picture was taken at Sunset Cliffs, San Diego last summer. If you look closely, you can see a sailboat right on the sun beam. Luckily for me, the breeze from the ocean made it so it wasn't so hot. What is the hottest place you have experienced? Let me know!
If you are a resident of Southern California, then chances are you have seen your fair share of sunsets. Some of us have run after sunsets intentionally to find peace during the times when we need it most. San Diego, California is very expensive, but thankfully sunsets are free. As a photographer, I find myself chasing after sunsets at least once per week, hoping to capture that perfect moment to share with the world. Without question, sunsets are my favorite subject to shoot. 1. Sunsets Bring Peace It might be cliche, but I truly get a sense of calm, relaxation and serenity from experiencing a sunset. If I view the sunset by the ocean, there is even more tranquility and calm. Who can...
Hello all! The 2019 San Diego Calendar is now available for $30.00. It has pictures of various landscapes and neighborhoods to include North Park, Downtown, Coronado, La Jolla and Ocean Beach. Pick up your copy today as a gift for your loved ones before the holiday season ends.