The Beauty of Florida - Year In Review 2016

The Beauty of the Treasure Coast

Last year I vowed to get out more and photograph the beauty of my new home here in Florida. Unfortunately, most of my travel plans which included a trip to St. Augustine, Florida and a return trip home to California were postponed because of health issues with my dog Logan. (He's making great progress but he is getting older).

The year started off with a trip down to Fort Lauderdale for a couple nights. While I was visiting I had the opportunity to check out Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and Pampano Beach. Both have terrific piers. One of my highlights was dining at Casa Fida Mexican Cuisine. If you haven't checked it out, it's worth a visit. Very good eats and vibe.

Most of the year was spent photographing local area locations that I've found along the Treasure Coast since relocating from California. Some of my favorite go-to spots are in Sebastian (Sebastian Inlet State Park), Wabasso (Rock City Gardens), Vero Beach (McKee Botanical Garden), Fort. Pierce (Fort Pierce Inlet State Park), and Stuart (House of Refuge & Bathtub Reef Beach). Below is a round up of images taken this year that I haven't added to the portfolio page plus a couple newly processed images. Hope you enjoy!

Wishing you and your family a Happy New Year!

Fine Art Photography & Ocean Art Print Store Now Open

I'm pleased to announce that my seascape and ocean photography is available for purchase through my direct checkout Fine Art Photography & Ocean Art Print Store.

Fine art photography for your home or office are available as prints, canvas gallery wraps and metal prints in many various sizes. If you don't find what you're looking for; ask. I'm happy to help with special requests.

For larger projects , images are available through Fine Art American, Great American Art and American Business Interiors. They provide expert design solutions for your office or facility. Professional framing, matting and installation is available.

Daytime Long Exposure Tutorial with Scott Kelby

This is one of my favorite tutorials from Weekly Photo Tips featuring Scott Kelby that will produce excellent results.


At right is a photo I took at Seal Beach Pier. It's a 40 second daytime exposure taken on a very bright day.

You'll need to purchase a neutral density filter, and it will set you back a few bucks. A neutral density filter will allow you to shoot at long shutter speeds in the daylight. By doing so, it  will blur motion. Uses include landscape photography with ocean waves and/or moving clouds.

Hope you enjoy.





Sunday, December 8th in San Pedro, CA - Art Show and Music

I'll be showing my photographs this Sunday, December 8th at The Corner Store from 9am to 3pm.

The Alibi Blues Band will be performing from noon to 3pm.

Local San Pedro, California artists will have all kinds of art on display and for sale.

Excellent burgers, sandwiches, and crazy selection of sodas. Stop by and say hi, grab a bite, then hit the beach. Fun store, and great area to spend a Sunday afternoon.

The Corner Store - San Pedro, California  Photo courtesy of Yelp.  Click photo and check out the Yelp reviews.

The Corner Store - San Pedro, California

Photo courtesy of Yelp.

Click photo and check out the Yelp reviews.