San Juan Bautista, California

A lovely day-trip destination, San Juan Bautista delights with a blend of history, culture, small-town charm, and delicious culinary adventures.  After thoroughly exploring the mission, being sure to peek around corners into less-explored rooms and taking the time to absorb the architectural and historical details, stroll down to the adjacent and very walkable main street... Continue Reading →

Happy Holidays from Monterey Bay, California

One of many local holiday traditions, the Lighted Boat Parade brightens up the Monterey Bay from the harbor to Cannery Row, offering a colorful celebration of the season's cheer.  Families with small children and longtime community residents enjoy the camaraderie as they line the piers and beaches to view the parade of boats decorated with... Continue Reading →

A quiet winter evening in Carmel-by-the-Sea

Recently I enjoyed a lovely walk through quaint Carmel, California.  At the height of the summer tourist season, the streets are overflowing with visitors, and it can be difficult to find a peaceful moment between the busy shops and bustling restaurants.  In the winter however, a sense of calm settles across our picturesque region, and... Continue Reading →

Adrift in a jellyfish exhibit

Had the pleasure of an after-hours visit to the Monterey Bay Aquarium last week, to see the new jellyfish exhibit. The previous jellyfish exhibit that closed a few years ago was a favorite haunt for photographing interesting movement and low-light compositions, and the new exhibit offers many opportunities to observe and photograph these beautifully surreal... Continue Reading →

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