Seascapes to Seashores

March 27, 2015 § Leave a comment

For the month of March, the City of Santa Clarita has an exhibit on the First Floor Gallery of City Hall called “Seascapes to Seashores“. This exhibit is presented as an extension of the Santa Clarita Public Library reading program of the book In the Heart of the Sea by Nathaniel Phillbrick.

If you are in the area, check out the many talented artists that have art in the exhibit. I am so excited to see my image Antarctic Sunset printed on metal for the first time. Below is a photo of me standing next to the 12 x 18 metal image. If you are interested in having this image of an Antarctic sunset in your home, you can order it here. Thanks to fellow exhibitor and Antarctic traveler Joel Bareng for taking this photo.

The exhibit ends March 31, 2015.


Watching the Whales

March 25, 2015 § Leave a comment

Living near the coast of Southern California has several perks, one of which is the ability to see whales swim along in the ocean. I have always had an appreciation for these amazing creatures, and being able to see Humpback whales while on vacations in Hawaii always fascinated me. It isn’t until the past few years that I have taken the opportunity to see whales off of my very own coast through whale watching trips. The tours aren’t always successful, it depends upon the time of the season as they move up or down the coast.

Last week was definitely a successful whale watching trip. Leaving from Ventura, CA, my small boat of ocean tourist were treated to seeing approximately nine whales as they made their voyage in the Pacific Ocean. Along the way, we saw dolphins, sea gulls and egrets.

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss!

March 3, 2015 § Leave a comment

Since the moment in October of 2013 when I booked my trip to Antarctica, the above Dr. Seuss quote popped into my head. Now when I reflect back on that trip (which is often), the same quote pops into my head. So it is only fitting that for Dr. Seuss’ birthday, I use his words for one of my Antarctic sunset images.

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