California Highway 167, a short route in the Eastern Sierra region that runs from US 395 near Mono Lake to the Nevada border in an almost perfectly straight line. The straightness, wide-open space, and desert landscape are something I am missing very much at the moment.
Feline-themed street art in our neighborhood of San Francisco.
Hipstamatic from one of my favorite spots in Golden Gate Park. Today was one of the first days I went out just for the fun and joy of it, rather than for practical needs, since pandemic restrictions started in March.
Detail of power plant in Samoa, California, across Humboldt Bay from Eureka.
If you have not done so yet, please check out our video on Eureka and Samoa.
Mono Lake at dusk. Shot last September (2019).
If you have not already done so, please check our latest video featuring scenes from Mono Lake set to original synthesizer music.
Architectural layers in Manhattan.
Our interests in cats, synthesizers and highways come together in this photo featuring Sam Sam checking out my US 101 shield, which I was using as a backdrop for a livestream concert on Saturday.
Another photo from December 31 excursion down Langton Street in San Francisco. We featured another photo from the same outing back in January.
There was something “perfect” about this stretch of road in Death Valley National Park. There is both a joy and a melancholy in looking back at it now.