During a flight from San Francisco to Hong Kong I woke up from a nap and this is what I saw. Then I thought to shoot a few pictures. The ice flows reminded me of weather satellite imagery. Afterwards I turned on the flight map to see where I was – over the Okhotsk sea …..
This has to be one of my favorite runs – start anywhere along the San Francisco water front and head across the Golden Gate bridge. I’ve done it so many times yet I still do not take it for granted. Yesterday I started near the St. Francis yacht club and shot a few pictures along …..
I doubt most people think of tall redwood trees when they think of Oakland but up in the hills there are plenty. Some time ago these were old growth forests, but were cut down for timber. Some of it could be in my old house. One hundred or so years later and it looks like …..
I left my house early August and returned last Monday – three months away from Oakland. Minus an unplanned return trip to Arizona in October, I spent my time around Lviv, Ukraine and Bangkok, Thailand. I visited Lviv to spend time in the village my father’s parents came from. I’m impressed by how people in …..
Each night the lights of squid fishing boats line the horizon of the Andaman sea. I assumed the boats were part of a fleet that formed a line and trolled nets through the water. I was totally wrong. Most boats are individually owned. They don’t form a line – it just appears that way …..
A flash slideshow from a night on a squid fishing boat based in Klong Muang, Thailand. We spent a night on the boat, photographing the action somewhere between Krabi and Phuket, out towards Ko Phi Phi.
You probably heard about the iPhone storing the location of where ever it has been and then uploading that information to iTunes. You can read all about it in the NY Times. I download an application written by a fellow named Pete Warden that reads the location data from iTunes and plots where you or …..
There’s a saying the goes something like “the best camera in the world is the one in your pocket”. Here’s testament to that – a set of images from Libya by photographer Michael Brown.
A set of pictures, some polaroids, from southern Thailand around Krabi province, Ko Yao Noi, and Khaolak. All were shot with my telephone. Most of the pictures were taken with ShakeItPhoto , a cool 99 cent iPhone application that mimics a polaroid camera. hover over the image for screen …..
Jimmy, on the left, aspires to be a big dog. Shot and processed with photoshop on my telephone.
Waiting for the train at the Siam sky train station in Bangkok, I noticed everyone in this group head down checking out their Apple iPhone or Blackberry.