Seeing this sign at Dana Point Harbor reminded me of the extinction of a #surfing era known as Killer Dana. It happened in 1966 when the first boulder of the breakwater was dropped. It was completed in 1971.
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Getting a little – I mean really little – practice with the Canon EOS R before King of the Hammers 2020.
These little remote control race cars have a top speed of over 50 mph, making them harder to photograph than an F-35 Lighting fighter jet going 400 mph, an F1 racecar, or a flock of hummingbirds!
Duane Hanson created Old Couple on a Bench in 1995.
Polychromed bronze and mixed media. Currently on display at the Palm Springs Art Museum.
I don’t drink very often, but when I do…
Tom Bergen is the iconic Los Angeles Irish Pub on Fairfax since 1936.
It’s October and another warm and sunny summer-like day in Southern California, where larger-than-normal crowds are expected at the beach.
Photographed on October 5, 2019 from the Huntington Beach Pier looking south towards Newport Beach.
Roy’s Motel & Cafe in Amboy, CA opened as a gas station in 1938 along Route 66 and thrived until Interstate 40 opened and diverted traffic off the historic route in 1972
I made this shot a few months before the iconic monument sign was restored and re-lit last month.
Las Vegas announced a new advertising slogan, “What happens here only happens here.”
It reminded me of my last visit to the gritty downtown Las Vegas in 2017, when I made this photograph. It’s hard to imagine finding this scene anywhere else on the planet. The new ad slogan works.