Under the 101 near San Luis Obispo. I shot this image following a bike path that was a dead end. Looking back it was a prophetic image depicting the hardest day of my trip.
This relic from WWII is standing on the edge of the Pacific. Architectural camoflauge. It was like finding a movie set from the past set in the middle of nowhere.
I shot this image shortly after downing 10 bottles of water. I rode 100 miles this day starting the morning in 50 degrees and ending in 100. This was my purgatory.
I wanted to be naked in this amazing place. I felt like it was the only appropriate way to enter the landscape. I didn’t want any separation between here and there.
The light spilling through the slowly moving trees made me cry. It may have been from the wind in my face but this place was magical. It was as if I was standing in front of a real 3 -dimensional Monet.
I spent my 30th birthday here. After showering off the grime I spent time thinking about the time gaps between.
I tried to capture me being present in time by placing myself withing the train tracks. Knowing well that once the shot was taken this moment would be the past just like the train tracks being slowly swallowed by mother nature.
I had just finished my biggest day of climbing with over 7,600 feet up into the Redwood forest. I wanted to really feel the epic scale of these giants that surrounded me.
My first “real” job (after selling apricots by the road) was being a lifeguard. I will never get tired of looking out.
Marin civic center. I was introduced to Frank Lloyd Wrights work with this building. When I moved to Marin at 13 his work changed my point of view. His modern minimalism shaped my perspective for life.
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