Always a camera close by…

Fountain at Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco

I have joined the ranks of online photo enthusiasts and created a few photo albums using Gallery. Keep in mind the photo albums are like my blog – an ever changing work in progress so come back often. Here is a description of each photo album:
Dolls by Mother and Daughter
It’s a family affair. It’s a family affair. These are photos of the porcelain dolls and figurines that have been lovingly created by my sister-in-law and niece. They will have their own website in the near future where you will be able to learn more about and purchase these unique creations. If you would like to know more information, leave a comment and the great doll artisans will get back to you shortly.
Monterey Jazz Festival
An assortment of photos taken at the 2002 and 2003 Monterey Jazz Festivals. I have a few more photos to add to this album.
j-notes.com Photography
Although I am using a digital camera more these days, I have taken a ton of photo using my film camera. In addition to concert photos, there will be cool photos from all over the place. When I first moved to California, I would keep my camera in the car just in case I would see something great to photograph in my travels.
Carmel
I have always been fascinated by beaches and the water. This is one of my favorite located in Carmel, California. I can understand why Joe Sample wrote an album named Carmel. It is breathtaking and very peaceful there.
What? No photos of baked goods? Don’t worry, I am getting them organized for special project later in the year.

4 Responses to “Always a camera close by…”

  1. Bernie says:

    Are you ushering in “Photo-notes.com?”

  2. ronn says:

    Given your past work, it’ll be a nice addition. And it makes me envious because I’ve been talking about doing something similar for many months. Of course, I don’t have a decent camera — digital or analog.

  3. Joey says:

    Food/baked goods gallery soon, please!

  4. As if it wasn’t enough for me to read about your encounters with jazz greats; now I have to look at you hugged up with them, too? Geesh!
    Great work.

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