CMO, B2B Marketer, Blogger, Digital Photographer, Dog Lover, Bay Area Resident
On a beautiful early fall morning, I was driving around Little Washoe Lake in Nevada and suddenly horses started emerging out of the bushes surrounding the lake. It was a magnificent group of bachelor stallions hanging out together and spending the morning drinking in the lake, grazing to their hearts content on the lush landscape, […]Read Post ›
My photography may be taking a different turn! During Covid, I’ve really struggled to find enjoyment in street photography, which seems a bit depressing with empty cities and masks. And, I haven’t been doing the kind of travel that I usually do for either work or pleasure that often leads to great photo opportunities. A […]Read Post ›
Last week I ventured out of my house into my former hood –the Mission neighborhood in San Francisco– to see what life looked like amidst the Covid-19 pandemic. I found a neighborhood greatly changed with boarded up shop windows, everyone wearing masks, and restaurants trying to hold it together by serving takeout. I hope this […]Read Post ›
Feeling very “nostalgic” for travel, and thinking of Japan in particular. Here are a few more images from my trips to Kyoto and Tokyo last year. Seems like a lifetime ago. At the time it was novel for me as an American to see many people wearing masks going about their everyday lives–as has been […]Read Post ›
More shots from around the lesser populated parts of Venice during Carnevale. The Canneregio neighborhood is one of the best places to hang out if you want to experience the “real” Venice.
During our photography class, we encountered these two characters a few times in different parts of the city. One of the interesting things about many of the dressed up people is that they really, really stay in character. These two were moving in slow motion and would often stop and strike different poses. Note the […]Read Post ›
Piazza San Marco at sunrise. Most of the costumed people in these are locals or tourists who come to Venice and dress up in elaborate costumes. They walk around San Marco at sunrise and sunset to pose for the many, many photographers and tourists who come to see them. It makes for a dramatic backdrop […]Read Post ›