San Bernardino Bankruptcy: “The Status Quo Is Not Sustainable”

Posted by on Mar 6, 2015 in business, education, news, photography | No Comments

I heard San Bernardino Mayor R. Carey Davis deliver his first State of the City Address at San Bernardino International Airport Friday evening. “The status quo is not sustainable,” said Davis as he outlined plans for the city to exit bankruptcy. Davis highlighted the city’s successes in the areas of education and business growth as […]

Wonder Valley, CA: Neither Snow Nor Rain Nor Heat….

Mailboxes along rural and isolated byways have always been a popular subject for me. In some areas the U.S. Mail may still be the best connection to the outside world. A row of mailboxes near the San Diego County community of Ramona earned an honorable mention and a cash prize some years ago from Popular Photography. […]

Environmental Portrait: Scientist Recognized In Alumni Magazine

Posted by on Dec 28, 2014 in business, education, news, photography, technology | No Comments

Some time ago I made this environmental portrait of Lance Doddridge, a microwave/electro-optics (MS32) electrical engineer/physicist at Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC), Corona Division, with the Attenuation and Distance Fiber Optic Calibration Standard (ADFOCS) he designed and built. Doddridge, a California State Polytechnic University, Pomona alumnus, received a patent for the device, which compares fiber […]

Riverside, CA: Mission Inn Light Show Draws Thousands To Riverside

Posted by on Dec 14, 2014 in art, business, culture, photography | No Comments

Seeing the Mission Inn’s Festival of Lights display this time of year always puts me in a festive mood. I was overwhelmed by the turnout last night on Main Street; families, couples, carolers, ice skaters and more, all enjoying the light display. To think the Mission Inn site was once slated to become a parking […]

Think Tank Photo: Perception Backpacks For Mirrorless Systems

Posted by on Dec 8, 2014 in art, business, photography, travel | No Comments

Think Tank Photo just announced that its new Perception backpacks for Mirrorless systems are now available.  The Perception series comes in two colors, black and taupe, and three sizes.  The smallest size, The Perception Tablet™, accommodates a Mirrorless system and an iPad Mini. The largest size, the Perception Pro™, holds a 15″ laptop and a […]

Rendezvous Back to Route 66: Car Culture Lives On in San Bernardino

Posted by on Oct 11, 2014 in art, business, culture, photography | One Comment

Car shows are all about walking, looking at, into and under the hoods of cars, admiring all the hard work automotive aficionados have put into their vehicles on display. It’s a good challenge to find telling pictures among all the chrome, color and other distractions. Today I visited the Rendezvous Back to Route 66 car show held at […]