If this light had a scent, it would be better. And if these pictures were edible, they would taste like chewy chocolate chip cookies with a touch of sea salt and caramel.
I came to Limantour Beach last month with a friend and today I got to visit again with Anna. Great way to start the long weekend. #beach #ocean
Crissy Field, 2012 (Taken with instagram)
Everyone was watching fish flying through the market, but not this guy. He was overlooking the waters of Seattle while a steady drizzle splat on the tiles beneath him. I hurried over to the entrance of this balcony and took a couple of frames. The man was transfixed by the slow moving cruise ship. He soon left and I found myself taking his place.
Seattle, WA: 2011.
There were tourists, seagulls, hot dogs, boats, fisherman, postcards, French speakers, sand, ocean, fog and the Golden Gate Bridge. Check out all flicks on the hub.
Anna told me not to post any photos of our honeymoon yet, but I couldn’t resist. Yesterday we visited the Tulum ruins off the Caribbean and overlooked the gorgeous water. There were too many tourists for me to truly enjoy the place, but we had a great time. Can honeymoons be a yearly thing? I hope so.
My cousin is currently scanning and uploading over 3,000 family negatives from the last 70 years. He sent me this one of my dad, paddling from Acapulco Bay to Isla La Roqueta some time in the 60’s. I showed my dad the image on my phone and he laughed. “We were really dumb back then. We decided to paddle because we thought it would be cool, but it’s all open ocean!”
To date, I’ve never been that ripped.