Under the Sea

Things are pretty crazy right now. We have to keep our heads up and be careful to avoid crowds above the water, but things under the water seem better. Here at Richelieu Rock you can spot tons of fish, coral, anemone, giant clams and so much more. The massive amount of life and crazy colors on this dive really blew me away. Absolutely one of the best I’ve ever been on!

Under the Sea


Happy Place

The world can be crazy, sometimes you just need to think about a happy place. I love the rocky and cold beaches of Northern California, and this image sums them up pretty perfectly.

Happy Place


Revelstoke Nights

I spent most of my time in Revelstoke skiing, but also took in at least one pretty nice sunset! Nice work Canada!

Revelstoke Nights


Embarcadero Cruising

Traffic on The Embarcadero never stops. The good news is that if you wait until sun down, the lights and the Ferry Building really make the palm trees glow.

Embarcadero Cruising


The Tiny Seahorse

Last week was all about the big sharks, this week is all about a tiny seahorse. I was very lucky to see multiple seahorses during my dive at Blue Heron Bridge. This orange seahorse was happy to stay still for his photo op, which I greatly appreciated! The eyes are very interesting, it almost looks as if they are completely hollow.

The Tiny Seahorse


The Curious Sharks

Why would I go diving with sharks? To dispel the myth that they are interested in biting people. These sharks were very curious and wanted to check out all the divers around them, but they are very aware of what type of food they are looking for, and it isn’t us. The chance to be up close and personal with these impressive animals was a very exciting opportunity and something I’ll never forget. You can see two other divers with cameras doing the same thing I was, trying to get clear photos of these amazing creatures. Long live the sharks!

The Curious Sharks


Green and Gold at Lambeau Field

The Packers may not always win, as will be apparent by their absence this weekend, but seeing a game at Lambeau Field is always a good time. True fans endure the cold and inclement weather to yell GO PACK GO and cheer on The Pack!

Green and Gold at Lambeau Field


Marble Marble Marble

I had a great long weekend in Boise, hit some mountain bike trials, floated down the river, and generally enjoyed the vibe of the town. Just don’t tell people you are from California or about half of the folks you meet might suggest you go back to where you came from. What people in Boise do love is marble, as they have used literal tons of it to build the very beautiful Idaho State Capitol.

Marble Marble Marble


Soaring into 2020

Normally I’m more interested in landscapes than birds in flight, but when I knew there would be a bald eagle nearby I rented a big lens (not big enough) and stalked this eagle until I got the shot. Cheers to another great year and to soaring into 2020 with big things ahead of us!

Soaring into 2020


Tree of Hope

Christmas has come and gone, but the Tree of Hope at Grace Cathedral shines on. This tree is decorated with thousands of origami cranes. Each one has a handwritten message of hope from people around the world. Cheers to a new year and making all of your hopes and dreams come true!

Tree of Hope




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