“No matter what you do if it isn’t genuine it’s not worth doing, if it isn’t meant with good heart it’s not worth saying, and if it’s a darkness around you perhaps it’s not worth remembering.” – E.E.D. Horton
My favorite place to go in Los Angeles is Chinatown. There are also elderly people selling vegetables on the sidewalk, obviously pigeons, and shops full of living seafood, green desserts, boba tea and colorful souvenirs. It’s busy, eclectic, and beautiful.
I took this photo traveling from California to Oklahoma. Drove through a lot of desert and it was beautiful.
“I asked him if it were a mirage, and he said yes. I said it was a dream, and he agreed, But said it was the desert’s dream not his.” – Neil Gaiman
A color film photograph I took at night. It was very dark but I wanted to capture the moonlight through the trees.
“The true joy of a moonlit night is something we no longer understand. Only the men of old, when there were no lights, could understand the true joy of a moonlit night.”-
Old ford truck from my grandparent’s backyard. A tree grows through it and it’s a beautiful background for our family’s portraits I think.
“Think of all the beauty still left around you and be happy.” – Anne Frank
My life’s dream was always to visit Salem. Ever since I saw the movie Hocus Pocus as a kid. Old Burial Hill is in Marblehead, the next town over. It’s where Max Dennison rode his bike through the cemetery and lost his shoes. I just had a lobster roll before taking this photo, which is the greatest invention ever! It’s hard to find parking anywhere, but there is this little store that sells lobsters just across the street. The lady there was super nice and her husband had just brought the lobsters in off the boat! We also went up to Maine for lobster in Bar Harbor within the next few days, but it didn’t top that lobster roll. Salem was a dream! Many more blog posts to come because I travel up there at least once a year now and I have more film and videos to post from previous trips.