My Journal - My Journey

Of Cactus and Trains – The Anza – Borrego

April 22, 2016 Landscapes, Roadtrips, Travel

On our last day we headed to the old favorite, Anza Borrego Desert State Park to look for Cactus Blooms and Old Train Tracks and maybe just maybe some old trains. We found all of the above Check em out  

Joshua Tree Spring

On our 4th Day of Travel Wayne and I happily and Excitedly head out to Joshua Tree National Park. There is just something special about this place. As I told my friend Michell when I was taking her and her…

Alabama Hills

April 22, 2016 Landscapes, Roadtrips, Travel

No...They're not in... Alabama Alabama Hills are the Foothills in Lone Pine on the way into the Sierra and specifically 14,505' Mount Whitney, the highest peak in the 48 States. It's a beautiful Bureau of Land Management Park full of  great rock…

Darwin – Population 50

Funny thing, I'm not really a big fan of Photographers. But there are a few I admirer for their work, and then actually mostly for who they are. One of them is British Photographer Tim Wallace who you probably  have…

Dante’s View – Darwin Falls

April 22, 2016 Landscapes, Roadtrips, Wildflowers

Day Two of our trip, we woke up early (5am ????!!!)  and headed up to Dante's View on the eastern side of Death Valley. At 5,473' It looks down into the valley over Badwater but you really cam see almost…

Spring Tripping – Death Valley – Marble Canyon

April 19, 2016 Landscapes, Roadtrips

Well Wayne came out for his annual visit and our usual string of road trips. We Started out Day One with a 6 AM departure for Death Valley We first stopped off in the Ghost Town of Ballarat to see "Charlie's…

Slab City

The Slabs Once the US Marine Corp's Camp Dunlap far out in the desert East of the Salton Sea. After it was abandoned by the Marines,all that were left from the Quonset hut buildings were the "Slab" foundations. Later it became home…

East Jesus

East Jesus has no religious meaning at all. It is an Artist Colony out in well... East Jesus, as in "It's way the hell out in East Jesus or, the literal Middle of Nowhere" (more…)

The Three Sisters – Red Hill Marina

The State's Plan to save parts of the Salton Sea is underway. Under the plan, as many as 7 areas currently will be designated as California’s Species Conservation Habitat . In The Red Hill Bay area, a 2 Phase project will include…

Wildflower Bloom Anza-Borrego Desert SP

While not receiving the rains that the mid and central state got this year there was still enough rain at the right time to get a bloom. While not "Super-bloom" territory for ABDSP (which is far better and varied than…

Joshua Tree 2016

March 15, 2016 Landscapes

Headed up to Joshua Tree for my first visit of 2016. As always just a great day. I had some FANTASTIC clouds. I love this park so much despite it being small and compact there is always so much to see…

Death Valley Superbloom

March 15, 2016 Landscapes, Wildflowers

El Nino rains this fall in Mid-California brought torrential rains to Death Valley National Park wiping out two major roads to the park and flooding parts of Scotty's Castle. But with every rain there's a rainbow and the good side…

Dead Trees – Magnificent Color

December 22, 2015 Photojournalism

I don't think anything quantifies the paradox of the Salton Sea as the Dead Trees of Red Hill Bay to the Sunsets of the Sea that are always spectacular. A combination of evaporative moisture from the sea combined with dust…

Hangin with my Jazz Heroes

December 20, 2015 Concert Photography

Had just a spectacular night at the Balboa Theater in San Diego seeing the Peter White Christmas show with Mindi Abair and Rick Braun This is the 10th year I have seen this show and it's always a part of…

The Salton Sea – The Spa

December 19, 2015 Photojournalism

Undisclosed location - The Salton Sea I first came across The Spa 8 years ago in my back-roads adventures around the sea. It was yet another example of dreams lost. A beautiful Spa, with adobe walls and paladin windows. An awesome fireplace and…

The Salton Sea – What We Know Now May Not Be Known Again

December 18, 2015 Photojournalism

I continue my documentation of the Salton Sea and it's ehem..."Progress" I returned again this time with my shootin buddy Laurie Rubin who wanted to not only document for herself but also to get a different perspective from the air…

Introducing my new collection – M’ocean

December 5, 2015 Photography

I have a new series of images called the M'ocean Collection M'ocean images are Photographic images made Abstract by the use of various Motion Techniques. You can feel the ocean and sky move in your prints M'ocean Prints are great for…

Look Ma, I’m on the Tonight Show

December 2, 2015 Concert Photography

When I was a Kid, My mom and me would watch the Tonight Show with Johnny Carson all the time. That was in a day when there was one TV and the family all pretty much would watch the same…

Death Valley Prints

Don't forget I've got tons of Prints available all of the Amazing Death Valley death valley art for sale Including one of my favorites She Sleeps on Her Side

A reminder of where you can find my art

November 16, 2015 Photography

Find all my fine art Photographic Prints at Fine Art America art for sale Like this one: "Poseiden"   [caption id="attachment_2089" align="alignnone" width="864"] Poseiden[/caption]

Beach Art Prints

November 15, 2015 Landscapes, Seascapes

As always I have lots of Beach Art Prints for Sale beach prints for sale   [caption id="attachment_2084" align="alignnone" width="1080"] Brolly[/caption] beach prints for sale