hey, hey, my, my (into the black). it just takes time.
i’m old enough to remember backpacking in a world without cellphones and text messaging, when you had to get coins and then find a phone booth to call home and tell you are still safe and sound. who needs phone booths nowadays? i hope no one needs this one in an emergency situation.
water, wind and nature’s constant partner in crime – time – has done a wonderful job at antelope canyon.
from air to water, moving between the elements but still afloat. surfin’ at hollywood beach, los angeles. a week after i took these shots one of the surfers was attacked and injured by a white shark, luckily not fatal at least.
a red tail hawk with prey (you can see the tail!) floating weightlessly in the californian sky. i would love to be able to fly. and i know how to; i read it in the hitchhiker’s guide to the galaxy – the trick is to miss the ground…
shadows on the wall. captured in chinatown, san francisco. from below.
“you can’t see me, can you? i’m enjoying some california sun you see.”
well, i miss some california sun….