It has been gray, rainy, and foggy in San Francisco — just the kind of weather when I go out and take photos. Yesterday, in particular, was really foggy. The visibility was really low. The whole city had a very monochromatic feel, and it was hard to get any real visual contrast. I don’t think … Continue reading A foggy start to the new year
Last week, I decided to head to the Santa Cruz Mountains with a friend. The idea was to leave San Francisco, go down I-280, turn into Portola Valley, and then meander our way to Santa Cruz before grabbing a coffee and driving back down Highway 1. We would stop wherever, whenever a photo beckoned and … Continue reading ProRaw and the Gradual Gradation of Grays
As someone who lives in the grays, I immensely appreciate a cold rainy weekend in San Francisco. This morning, I made myself a nice cup of tea and sat down on the writing table with my iPad, hoping to spend time reading some articles and catching up on books that have slowly started to pile … Continue reading A visual re-interpretation of self
I found this sign when walking around the Portrero Hill neighborhood in San Francisco. Making some tiny edits, I turned this into a sign that reflects the “passive-aggressive” nature of the city I call home now.
November 20, 2020, San Francisco
I recently spent a weekend in an Airbnb in a North California beach town. I enjoyed the beautiful sunsets and tranquil days. But what I loved the most was taking a walk every morning — submerged in a marine layer that sat on the town like a blanket. And on my daily walks, this family … Continue reading Deer in the mist