From The Archives: Cooling Off With An Epic Squirt Gun Battle

Posted by on Jul 27, 2019 in Events, Location Photography | No Comments
From The Archives: Cooling Off With An Epic Squirt Gun Battle

It’s been hot this week in the IE, so I’ve spent much of my time indoors sorting and cataloging files on an old hard drive. I stumbled on this photo, from 2005 if the clock in my camera was set correctly, which seems to fit the weather we’re currently experiencing. As a former newspaper photojournalist, […]

From The Archives: Adobe Stock Is On Fire

From The Archives: Adobe Stock Is On Fire

Adobe (ADBE) has been in the news lately. The Motley Fool financial website suggests it’s one of the best software stocks around, given its performance so far this year. The news reminded me of this photo I made some years back, during PhotoShop World 2010 in Las Vegas, showing Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen welcoming faithful […]

Winning Photos Reflect Inland Empire & Fair/Festival Themes

Posted by on May 2, 2019 in Events, Location Photography | No Comments
Winning Photos Reflect Inland Empire & Fair/Festival Themes

Two of my photos placed in this year’s 104th National Orange Show Citrus Fair photography contest. The one above, showing carnival rides at dusk during the San Bernardino County Fair in 2017, took first place in the “Fair/Festival” theme category, while below, showing San Bernardino Peak covered with snow in February seen from Base Line […]

George H. W. Bush: A Life Of Public Service, 1924-2018

Posted by on Dec 1, 2018 in Events | No Comments
George H. W. Bush: A Life Of Public Service, 1924-2018

Bush’s 40-year career in public service included serving as envoy to China and head of the CIA under Ford. From today’s The New York Times: “George H. W. Bush was the best one-term president the country has ever had, and one of the most underrated presidents of all time,” James A. Baker III, the former […]

Riverside, CA: Looking Forward To Festival Of Lights

Posted by on Nov 23, 2018 in Events | No Comments
Riverside, CA:  Looking Forward To Festival Of Lights

I’m looking forward to checking out the annual Festival of Lights in downtown Riverside. Every year, shortly after Labor Day, crews begin the monumental task of decorating The Mission Inn for the event, which begins with the lighting ceremony the day after Thanksgiving and ends around New Years Day. It’s pretty amazing to me that […]