2017 Route 66 Cruisin Reunion

Had a great fumes-filled time in Ontario tonight with my best buddy. Old and stunning cars all over the place. You can see some here.

Improv in Salem

Literally last-minute unplanned impromptu photo shoot with mommy and baby at my daughter's house the day before the eclipse. Such a cute "couple," I couldn't stop shooting. See some here

More Moores

14What a great family these guys are. This shoot was at Wilson Creek Winery. This venue is always nice and the people there are always generous with the use of their grounds. What's fun about this family is the kids - for both shoots we have had with them they seemed like they genuinely enjoyed each other and were not afraid to express it. That makes it easy for me. Thanks, all of you! Michael helped and Bill lent me his 70-200mm, f2.8. And fellow photographer Cynthia made some pretty astute and timely observations. Thanks to you all! See some highlights here.

Mel Again

Had the great pleasure of shooting this sweet family down at Oceanside Pier. Only had to contend with a thousand people. And weird windy weather. And a bevy of other photographers. All good! Came out nicely. Michael helped of course. And the sweet baby was a doll. This was our fifth shoot with this family. Always sweet. See here.

Biker Chick

7P7A4589-Edit-2Fun backwoods shoot in De Luz with friend and colleague. A colleague who happens to own an awesome and loud Harley. 85mm Canon lens the whole time. Thanks again to Bill for the opportunity to use it! Go here to see more.

Quick and Easy Wedding

Talk about last minute weddings. Wait, maybe we weren't. Regardless, former student married her navy boyfriend before he shipped out. Nice, backyard wedding, short and sweet and to the point. Winking Go here to see some pix.

BroAm 2017

Wonderful day at Moonlight Bay in Encinitas, CA. Switchfoot's annual BroAm was in full gear with surfing and music. Got loads of nice pix of both.

Switchfoot pix can be found in my Flickr folder here.

Surfing pix can be found here.
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