April, 2010 Archives

Four Stooges

April 28th, 2010 Permalink

From a trip to Barcelona in 2007.

Four Stooges

From a trip to Barcelona in 2007.

Poor Poor Reds Reds Bar-B-Q Bar-B-Q

Doc Banksy

April 22nd, 2010 Permalink

Banksy has hit San Francisco! This is in Chinatown, on Commercial just off of Grant. There is another piece in the Mission, on Valencia between 19th and 20th. Are these the real thing, or a publicity stunt? So far, nobody seems to be sure one way or the other, but it is very cool to […]

Doc Banksy

Banksy has hit San Francisco! This is in Chinatown, on Commercial just off of Grant. There is another piece in the Mission, on Valencia between 19th and 20th. Are these the real thing, or a publicity stunt? So far, nobody seems to be sure one way or the other, but it is very cool to see these large pieces in the city.

Go get your photo while you can!

Wrap Me In Your Arms And Tell Me You Love Me

All The Beauty Beneath

April 18th, 2010 Permalink

Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, California

All The Beauty Beneath

Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland, California

Slow Moving

April 16th, 2010 Permalink

Slow Moving

Palm Lights

April 15th, 2010 Permalink

Palm Lights

Andrew Moore, 2009 Retrospective

April 12th, 2010 Permalink

Andrew Moore : Photography of 2009 from Andrew Moore on Vimeo. I’ve been following Andrew Moore’s photography since I met him on a photowalk in 2007. He’s got a great eye, and he’s a really nice guy. This video is his retrospective of favorites from 2009. It’s worth the time to watch; there’s a lot […]

Andrew Moore : Photography of 2009 from Andrew Moore on Vimeo.

I’ve been following Andrew Moore’s photography since I met him on a photowalk in 2007. He’s got a great eye, and he’s a really nice guy. This video is his retrospective of favorites from 2009. It’s worth the time to watch; there’s a lot of good material in there.

You can find Andrew on Flickr.

The Minutes Drag

April 12th, 2010 Permalink

Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland. Shot on 35mm film with a vintage rangefinder style camera.

The Minutes Drag

Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland. Shot on 35mm film with a vintage rangefinder style camera.