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I have been coming across a lot of really cool stuff in the beginning stages of researching for my next project. I am really only just starting, so I will see how the project evolves, but let’s just say I am writing a book, which will incorporate both a photographic essay and extensive research revolving…

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Thanks to the SFP meetup group for last Saturday’s twilight shoot at Dolores Park! The fire spinners were a blast, and the after party and practically open bar with beautiful view of the city were amazing. The photo competition was definitely fun. Since we had to enter just one photo directly out of camera, it…

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Congratulations to Connie Sultana of Rohnert Park who won our drawing for a free photo session and credit towards a wall portrait.  We will be calling you soon to schedule your session. Also congratulations to Christine Soden for winning the Gift Certificate from the Raffle.  I’m sure you’re going to love your photography session.  Nancy will…

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Saturday, October 24, 2009.  Sausalito, Ca.  5:30pm Part of a world wide synchronized event and an attempt at a world record for a Flash Mob. Two galleries are posted:  Proceeds from print purchases go to Artsboretum.org since they were the organizers of this location event.  The People who attended and particpated: Images from the actual…

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Monday morning I saw the beginning of another spectacular sunrise here in Sebastopol.  The back of our home faces East so we are frequently treated to impressive sunrises but this one turned out to be very impressive.  Who could complain about getting up early after being treated to something like this?

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Shooting Ashley! Ever wonder why we call it “Shooting”?  It’s not like there’s a cross hair in the viewfinder or that the subject is running away from us photographers – maybe it’s the “deer in headlights” looks that some photographers get.  I dunno…  Anyway, a couple weekends ago I shot Ashley, or more precisely I…

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Last weekend I woke up before dawn (5:30am!!??) to meet up with my friend Marshall down by AT&T Park to go explore and take pictures around Mission Bay. We both love very urban industrial locations and found a goldmine out there. We even got locked inside an old tour bus graveyard and had to climb…

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During my temporary hiatus from residing in Sonoma County, I have been occupying a 2nd floor apartment with three roommates on Fillmore Street in San Francisco. The house we live in is a beautiful Victorian that was built in the 1890s. The exterior is currently undergoing a full scale restoration, and I have been tracking…

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A couple weeks ago Sebastopol had their Gravenstien Apple Festival at Ragle Ranch Park.  As we approached we noticed that a lot of people were parking on the streets and walking, I thought that they were too cheap to pay for parking.  Then when we entered the park I noticed that there was no fee…

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