Entrance to the de Young Museum, San Francisco.
Lately I’ve been pushing what HDR photos can look like into unknown (at least to me) surrealist reality but without the usual HDR feel. In this photo I left in some of the HDR processing artifacts. Look for the repeated star on the Macy’s bag.
Flower interpretation Laurelle Hartley-Thom inspired by Nicolai Fechin, Flower Girl, ca. 1925, Bouquets to Art 2014, de Young Museum, San Francisco CA, March 19th 2014.
Photo note: Another in my continuing experiments exploring the boundaries between photography and painting.
Countless photos of the San Francisco Bay Bridge have been taken from this location so of course that means I had to try something different.
Escape from the cult of the real, turn your colors to eleven, and let the sun flare!
Sometimes I try to stuff a whole bunch of photo genres into one photo. Here’s a landscape, reflection, bridge, architecture, street photography, selfie of the San Francisco Bay Bridge.
The western span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge as seen from Pier 14.
With pretty magic rectangles in their tentacles the aliens have arrived with promises of golden fortunes, but only leaden dreams await. In this invasion the assimilation is chosen gladly by those who can afford, and the war of freedom is fought human on human and not with the sky.
San Francisco à la John Christopher and my own imagination.
24th Street at Noe, Noe Valley, San Francisco, CA.
Clouds over the San Francisco Bay Bridge.
Black and white processing experiment. Landscape near Pyramid Lake, NV.