Crystal Cove in Orange County, California has always been my go to spot for seascape photography, there always a minimum amount of people, it's quiet and peaceful. Although I haven't been there for a while, the photos I took there always brings back that tranquility feel...
Happy Friday folks!
It's pretty rare that I post any photos from my own home town, even though I have millions of them in my archive. I guess grass is always greener since I'm always wishing that I'm anywhere else except LA. This weekend, I'll just chill and relax given that the next couple months going to be crazy....
Here's the beautiful download Los Angeles near sunset and the beautiful Walt Disney Concert Hall!
Happy Friday folks!
If interested, you can purchase a print of this photo HERE!
The pier at San Simeon was built in 1957, was repaired in 1969, 1982 and 1983, all as a result of damage from winter waves. People seems to miss this spot being that it's a bit out of sight from the main road, but it's a great place to just relax, bbq or picnic and maybe even do some little fishing (even though the pier had one of the lowest catch-per-trip averages of any pier in this region).
Have a great weekend folks!
”Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” – Mark Twain
Happy Holiday weekend folks! So you have no excuse to not go out and explore!
Morro Rock/Beach may be one of the place I'll end up visiting this weekend. You gotta love weekend mini road trips ;)
If you're a photographer (or a hobbyist) and live in SoCal, you probably been here and have taken either this shot or the shot of the Santa Monica pier with the famous ferris wheel. I admit it is quite a cliche photo but hey it's my HDR version, don't judge me by it :P
For those who never seen this, well, I hope you like it :)
And as always, happy friday folks!
Took this shot during one of our weekend excursion into the central California. We originally planned to visit the wine county but due to time restraints we decided to drop by Pismo beach and tried out one of the best Clam Chowders at Splash Cafe. Aside from a having an amazing beach to relax at, Pismo Beach is probably best known for its sand dunes and ATV riding, so hopefully we'll get to enjoy that one of these days.
For bonus photo, here's Splash Cafe: