Time Lapse …

These two photos were taken in San Francisco, just hours apart. They were taken at the Herbst Pavilion, which once was part of the Fort Mason Arts and Cultural Center, a former military base converted to facilities for the public. I believe they were taken in October 2014, the last time Comic-Con—my employer at the... Continue Reading →

Newsstand …

This photo is from one of my first trips to California. Once upon a time, all of the Los Angeles area was dotted with outdoor newsstands. Some were big, like World News in Hollywood (which was partially indoors), and some were smaller affairs. There were a lot more magazines back then, and visiting these newsstands—often... Continue Reading →

Soon …

When I worked for Comic-Con, I would regularly post this little graphic I made from a photo I took behind the San Diego Convention Center. This year will mark the first time I've gone to a "real" Comic-Con International: San Diego (its proper name) as an attendee since 1997, 25 years ago. I'm looking forward... Continue Reading →

Travel on the Horizon …

This photo is from a trip to San Francisco and was taken near the Golden Gate Bridge, on a site that offered a huge vista of that magnificent structure (ironically not shown here). Those pay binocular thingies that you find in tourist areas always fascinate me and they always signify travel to me. I have... Continue Reading →

Happy Fourth of July …

I have many fond memories of Fourth of July picnics in backyards. Outdoor grills, fireworks at night, trying desperately to avoid sending a bottle rocket onto someone's garage—or worse, house—roof. All those days are gone forever, at least for me, days that meant family (good and bad ... I'm talking about you, Uncle Louie) and... Continue Reading →

Sometimes the Clouds Tell Stories …

I recently went through my entire photo archive and found a ton of photos I forgot I had ... hence the new "From the Archives" category. I don't remember when this was taken, but I think it was after yet another wildfire here in Southern California. This twilight photo always reminds me of a bear... Continue Reading →

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