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San Mateo Murals
17 photos

Vintage Automobiles
30 photos
There is something about vintage cars that captures our imagination and holds us firmly in their grip throughout life. Our enthusiasm ebbs and flows and is dependent on spare time, spare cash, work,...

Seasonal
29 photos

Food
13 photos

The Tudors: Art and Majesty in Renaissance England
5 photos


The Funk Art of Clayton Bailey
4 photos

Hyatt SF: World's Largest Lobby
12 photos
The Hyatt Regency hotel in San Francisco opened in 1973. Its remarkable cavernous lobby holds the Guinness World Record as the world's largest hotel lobby.

Cactus and Succulents
91 photos

Ansel Adams: In Our Times
9 photos

Sargent and Spain
14 photos


Music Makers
61 photos

Light and Shadow
55 photos
A shadow is the absence of light – therefore plays a part in photography by creating contrast or grading. A shadow is formed when something comes between the light source and the surface. The...

Sculpture
139 photos

Merced NWR 2023
13 photos

Culinary Works of Art
9 photos


Diego Rivera, Mexican Artist
56 photos
Diego Rivera (1886-1957) is one of the world's renowned muralists, recognized for his large-scale and imaginary murals.....he sought to make art that reflected the lives of the Mexican people.

Ramses The Great and the Gold of the Pharoahs 2022
11 photos

Children
42 photos

Alice Neel: 'People Come First'
20 photos

Etchings
10 photos


Jim Henson: Imagination Unlimited
6 photos
The Jim Henson Exhibition at Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, April 7, 2022

The Faces Of Holi
13 photos

Fruits & Vegetables
36 photos

The Deep South
6 photos
The "Deep South" is a cultural and geographic subregion in the Southern United States including the states of Georgia, Alabama, South Carolina, Mississippi, and Louisiana. Texas and Florida...

Travels in America
91 photos


Travels in Europe
52 photos

Travels in Asia
23 photos

Travels in Italy
16 photos

Amador County
5 photos

Arroyo Court, San Mateo
9 photos


Surfing The Pacific Coast
36 photos

Half Moon Bay: Martin's Beach
11 photos

Texture and Pattern
78 photos
Capturing texture in a photograph can add visual interest, highlight unique patterns, or even evoke emotions. Texture photography overlaps with many kinds of photography, including everything...

San Francisco Botanical Garden
37 photos
The San Francisco Botanical Garden was formerly known as Strybing Arboretum. It is part of Golden Gate Park....55 acres of land stretching across the Inner Sunset area of San Francisco. This...

Trees
171 photos


Pandemic 2020
7 photos

Oakland Museum of California
24 photos

The Art of Burning Man
12 photos

San Francisco Transbay Terminal
26 photos

Maui 2019
35 photos


James Tissot: Fashion & Faith
24 photos

Warhol 'From A to B and Back Again'
23 photos

Peter Paul Rubens at The Legion
15 photos

Holi Festival 2019
14 photos

Third Annual Women's March
6 photos


San Pablo Bay National Wildlife Refuge
4 photos

The Photography of Brassai (Jules Halasz)
27 photos

Folsom Street Fair
16 photos

Mission Santa Clara de Asis
12 photos

Things That Go Unnoticed
41 photos
Its the little things that make life worth living.......things that we walk by every day and never notice. It wasn't until I retired that I realized how much I had missed....always in a...


The Artistry of Rene Magritte
33 photos

Lake Tahoe 2018
17 photos

Point Reyes 2018
10 photos

March For Our Lives
12 photos

Churches, Temples & Mosques
184 photos


Holi Festival of Colors
12 photos
"Holi", also known as "The Festival of Colors", is a Hindu spring festival celebrated all across India and Nepal as well as in other countries with large Indian diaspora...

Casanova at The Legion
15 photos

San Mateo's Hayward Park
3 photos

Mission San Jose
7 photos

Woodbridge Ecological Reserve
14 photos


Women's March San Francisco 2018
13 photos

Klimt and Rodin at The Legion
10 photos

All About Clowns
7 photos

Clouds Over Santa Cruz Mountains
5 photos

Jewish Folktales Retold: Artist as Maggid
5 photos


Degas and Paris Millinery Trade
30 photos
French painter Edgar Degas (1834-1917) and other impressionist artists of his time were not only interested in capturing the spectacle of the millinery shop but also focused on its female clientele. ...

San Francisco "Summer of Love"
22 photos

In explore
41 photos
Flickr is an online photo management and sharing application. Explore is Flickr's way of showcasing the most interesting photos within a given point in time -- usually over a 24 hour period. ...

Herding Sheep at Half Moon Bay
15 photos

Elizabeth Gamble Garden, Palo Alto
19 photos


Edgewood Park Natural Preserve
15 photos

Russian Ridge Open Space Preserve
22 photos

Merced NWR 2017
7 photos

Town Hall America 2017
12 photos

Home Land Security Art Exhibit
10 photos


Hong Kong 2000
11 photos

Miami 2016
20 photos

Cuba's Magnificent Vintage Automobiles
12 photos
To the first-time visitor, it seems that Cuba has a love affair with vintage American automobiles. It's estimated that more than 60,000 of the 175,000, or so, cars in the country are pre-1960...

Cuba 2016
112 photos
Cuba is a country timeworn but magnificent, dilapidated but dignified, fun yet maddeningly frustrating - Cuba is a country of indefinable magic. As it is today, but perhaps for not much longer, Cuba...

New Mexico
37 photos


Pet Cemetery
11 photos
In our culture many feel the need to memorialize a pet after its passing by burying the remains in a pet cemetery. Creating a tribute to our pet, and thus preserving its memory, can be very...

Cemetery
32 photos

San Francisco Street Art - Lilac Alley
26 photos
Lilac Alley is a two block long alleyway that stretches from 24th Street to 26th and is sandwiched between Mission and Capp Streets in San Francisco's 'Mission District'. It's one of those places...

SF Museum of Modern Art
193 photos

Architecture: The Fairytale Cottages of Hugh...
6 photos


Photography of Roman Vishniac
9 photos

Merced NWR 2016
25 photos

California Missions
49 photos
The twenty-one missions of California, from San Diego to San Francisco, are historic treasures. Beautiful structures built of adobe brick and wood, adorned with towers, domes, white-washed stucco,...

Old & Famous Photographs
89 photos

A Day at The d'Orsay
33 photos


Color
110 photos

The Goats Are Coming
7 photos

Something to Remember
3 photos
Dear Grandchildren, We may no longer be a part of your lives but, in no way, could we ever forget you and all of the wonderful moments we've had together. Watching you both grow up has been one of...

Paris: City of Light
82 photos

French Waterways: The Saone and Rhone Rivers
136 photos
France has a population of around 61 million and covers an area of 210,025 sq. miles. France is bordered by six countries and has many rivers, the Saone and Rhone being two of them. The Saone, in...


Woman Photographers From Iran and Arab World
9 photos

Photographs on the Street
171 photos
To me, so-called "street photography' are photographs taken in public places. I believe that they can be staged or candid so long as they elicit some sort of reaction in the viewer's...

Most Popular Photographs
466 photos
These are my most popular photographs in terms of the number of times viewed. Most of these photos have been viewed over a thousand times and some, over ten thousand times.

Zakheim's Medical History of California, UCSF
16 photos

City of Oakland
13 photos


Merced NWR 2015
6 photos

Natural Bridges, Santa Cruz
9 photos

Monterey Bay
35 photos

Budapest
36 photos

Portraits by Arnold Newman
8 photos


Burleigh Murray Ranch
4 photos

Gay Pride 2014
10 photos

Along The Rhine, Main & Danube Rivers
138 photos

brotherhood golf tournament
5 photos

Folsom Lake
10 photos


Pacific Shores
201 photos
Shorelines of the Pacific Coast

Don Edwards SF Bay National Wildlife Refuge
5 photos

Merced National Wildlife Refuge
30 photos

Homeless in San Francisco
28 photos
The City of San Francisco spends $200 million a year trying to get homeless people off the streets and into a better way of life, and though progress has been made over the past twenty years, the...

Maybeck's Masterpiece: First Church
10 photos


Bridges of San Francisco
58 photos
The San Francisco Bay is home to some of the most famous and magnificent bridges ever built, including the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, Richmond-San Rafael Bridge,...

Point Reyes National Seashore
7 photos

Palace of Fine Arts
18 photos

Gay Pride 2013
11 photos

San Mateo Japanese Garden
24 photos


How Weird Street Faire - 2013
9 photos

Pigeon Point
8 photos

Haas-Lilienthal House
9 photos

Disneyland 2012
6 photos

America's Cup - San Francisco 2012-2013
25 photos
For the first time in the city's history, the world's top racing yachts will convene on San Francisco Bay for a series of regattas, culminating in the America's Cup Finals from September 7-22,...


'Albany Bulb', Art in a Landfill
17 photos
Albany Bulb is home to a vast array of urban art including mural, stencil, graffiti, sculpture, and installation art. Sculptor and activist lawyer Osha Neumann has created some of the largest works....

San Luis National Wildlife Refuge Complex
8 photos

Gaudi's Barcelona
21 photos
Barcelona is the capital of Catalonia and the second largest in Spain. It is a city of grand and fascinating modern architecture. And its not just the famous buildings that stand out...

Los Judios de España (The Jews of Spain)
42 photos

Travels in Spain
191 photos


PTBE Purimspiel - "Annie Get Your Spiel" 2012
15 photos

Rivera's Pan American Unity Mural, CCSF
28 photos
The 1800 square foot 'Pan American Unity Mural' painted by famed Mexican muralist Diego Rivera in 1940 is a national treasure. It was commissioned by architect Timothy Pflueger to be created during...

New York City
8 photos

Pixel Bender
52 photos
Pixel Bender is a plug-in for Adobe Photoshop CS5 and supports image processing of Pixel Bender filters opened in Photoshop CS5. This great tool from Adobe Labs lets you apply any one of a series of...

Columbia, Gem of the Southern Mines
12 photos
Columbia, known as the gaudy showplace of the Mother Lode, is today the ghost town supreme to Californians. In 1945 the state park system took over the crumbled camp and restored her faded charm as a...


Stanford Football
8 photos

Zion National Park
4 photos

Antelope Canyon
16 photos

Valley of the Gods
4 photos

Monument Valley
53 photos


Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco
323 photos

The Jelly Belly Factory
6 photos

Safari West
16 photos

Virginia City, "The Richest City in America"
12 photos

Tahoe, Lake of the Sky
14 photos


Stanford Cactus Garden
64 photos
The Stanford Cactus Garden is a historical garden located on the south side of the Stanford Family mausoleum on the campus of Stanford University in Palo Alto, California. The garden, also known as...

Doors & Windows
72 photos
Doors and windows have always fascinated me. They beg us to open them and I always wonder what's behind them. They are full of patterns, textures, colors and design. They call us to be...

Mountain View Cemetery, Oakland
22 photos

Dunsmuir-Hellman Historic Estate
14 photos
Dunsmuir House was built by Alexander Dunsmuir who came to the Bay Area from British Columbia, Canada in 1878. In 1899 Dunsmuir purchased a large tract of land in the rolling East Bay foothills of...

Mission San Miguel Arcangel
12 photos


Muir Woods: The Ancient Redwood Forest
15 photos

Swedenborgian Church of SF: The Poetry of...
9 photos
One of the most architecturally distinguished churches in San Francisco is the Swedenborgian Church on Lyon Street. It is the first and only house of worship in the City to be granted the honor (in...

Carnaval 2007
23 photos

My Favorite Photos
176 photos
At this moment, these are my favorites. My favoritism is ephemeral...so that, every once-in-a-while I'll remove one and add another in.

Experimental Photography
11 photos


The Carolands Chateau
5 photos
The Carolands Chateau is a 65,000 square foot mansion in Hillsborough, California. Its 75 foot-high atrium holds the record as the largest enclosed space in an American private residence. Considered...

Charlotte's B'nai Mitzvah
1 photo

Fitzgerald Marine Reserve at Moss Beach
52 photos
Prized as one of the best tidepool habitats in Northern California the James V. Fitzgerald Marine Reserve in Moss Beach, California, is one of eighteen 'MPA's' (Marine Protected Areas) established...

Ardenwood Historic Farm at Fremont
19 photos

Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk
12 photos
The boardwalk in Santa Cruz, California (70 miles south of San Francisco) is the only remaining major seaside amusement park on the West Coast. Its history goes back to 1865 when John Leibrandt...


Preston Castle - Ione
21 photos
In 1890, the California State Legislature purchased 230 acres from the Ione Coal & Iron Company for construction of the Preston School of Industry, a place where troubled boys could learn a trade...

Portraits
131 photos

Gay Pride 2010
21 photos

Pier 24 Photography
99 photos
San Francisco’s Pier 24 Photography is a gigantic photography space set in a former warehouse right below the Bay Bridge. At 28,000 square feet, it’s one of the largest galleries in the world...

Conservatory of Flowers
18 photos


Faces of Protest
16 photos

North of The City: Marin County
18 photos

V.C. Morris Gift Shop: The Guggenheim Prototype
7 photos
Located on Maiden Lane, a once infamous place in downtown San Francisco, the V.C. (Vere Chase) Morris Gift Shop was renovated by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1948 and used as his prototype for the circular...

Bay Area Architecture
48 photos

Beach Chalet Murals: Labaudt's "San Francisco...
6 photos
"San Francisco Life", painted by Lucien Adolphe Labaudt (1880-1943), is a fresco covering three walls of the ground floor of the Willis Polk-designed 'Beach Chalet' at Ocean Beach in San...


USS Hornet (CV 12)
6 photos
The Aircraft Carrier USS Hornet (CV 12) is a national treasure, having participated in two of the greatest events of the 20th century -- World War II and the Apollo 11 manned space mission. Located...

Coit Tower Murals: Art of The Great Depression
21 photos
When Coit Tower in San Francisco, California was completed in 1933, its interior consisted of over 3,000 feet of blank wall space. In early 1934, the building became the pilot project of the Public...

In The Victorian Style
13 photos

Purissima, A Town Forgotten
25 photos
Located in a rural area four miles south of Half Moon Bay, Purissima was one of the earliest settlements on the San Mateo County coast. Spanish soldiers founded the little hamlet before 1820 as an...

Birds of a Feather
156 photos


Heritage Grove
45 photos
Heritage Grove Redwood Preserve is a magnificent 37-acre "old-growth" Redwood forest near the small Northern California community of La Honda in the Santa Cruz Mountains. These ancient...

Nourot Glass Studio
15 photos

Enchanted Forest at Half Moon Bay
29 photos
I call this place the "enchanted forest" because of the feeling I get as I walk this trail in Half Moon Bay under what has, over many years, developed into a thick canopy of trees. To my...

Fisherman's Wharf
10 photos

Macro Photography: The Little Things in Life
45 photos


Jogathon 2009
1 photo
Hatch Elementary School, Annual Jogathon, Half Moon Bay, California - October 23, 2009

Autumn Harvest
30 photos
There's a farmer's market located close to where I live in northern California. Its open year-round, rain or shine, on Wednesday and Saturday mornings. I love going there and am always delighted by...

Blue Angels Over San Francisco
10 photos
Everyone wants to know the best vantage point for taking photographs during San Francisco's Blue Angels air show at Fleet Week. This is the first year I've seen the air show and decided to take...

Petaluma Adobe
24 photos
On a hill overlooking Petaluma Valley stands the Petaluma Adobe, an impressive two-story adobe building encircled by a veranda. This structure is all that remains of Commandant General Mariano...

Jackson Square Historic District
9 photos


San Carlos Borromeo de Carmelo (Carmel) Mission
7 photos
Carmel Mission was founded in 1770 and is considered one of the most beautiful in the chain of California missions. The mission was the second of the Alta California Missions and, for more than 30...

Elkhorn Slough at Moss Landing
20 photos

Sanchez Adobe
11 photos

St. Ignatius Catholic Church, a San Francisco...
13 photos

Mission Dolores, City of Saint Francis
17 photos


Marin County Civic Center
11 photos
It is said that Frank Lloyd Wright walked off the highway at the site that would become the Marin County Civic Center and said "I will cover your hills with arches." The design's domed roof...

A Day At The Zoo
62 photos
Photographed at the San Francisco Zoo on July 14, 2009

Gay Pride 2009
23 photos

Hornitos: Ghost Town in the Making
25 photos

Hang Gliding at Fort Funston
19 photos


Once Upon a Time in Drawbridge
21 photos
Once upon a time, over a hundred years ago, there was a town called "Drawbridge" located in the southeast corner of San Francisco Bay. It was 1876 when a new railroad called The South...

Other Deserted Places
3 photos

Chinese Camp
7 photos

The "Granite Lady"
16 photos
Completed in 1874, the fabulous “Granite Lady” has stood its ground through San Francisco's many transformations – and disasters, including the Great Earthquake of 1906. Between 1874 and 1937,...

Griffin Plays T-Ball
1 photo
"Shamrocks", March-May, 2009


Sacramento River Delta Towns
36 photos
My photographs of old towns and sights along the banks of the Sacramento River in northern California.

Infrared
34 photos

Old Richmond Kaiser Shipyards
16 photos
The four shipyards, located in the city of Richmond, California, were run by Henry J. Kaiser. These shipyards were responsible for constructing more ships during World War II than any other in the...

Baylands Nature Preserve
71 photos

Maritime Traffic on San Francisco Bay
49 photos


Drake's Bay
7 photos

Fort Point
33 photos
Often called "the Pride of the Pacific" Fort Point has stood guard at the narrows of the Golden Gate for nearly 150 years. Fort Point was built between 1853 and 1861 by the U.S. Army...

Half Moon Bay
205 photos
Resting on the Pacific Coast between forested hllls and some of the most beautiful coastlines that California has to offer is the City of Half Moon Bay. The City has a total area of 6.4 square miles...

Point Montara
6 photos

Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco
42 photos


California Academy of Sciences
48 photos
The vertical tropical rainforest biosphere at the new California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco is one of the most unusual structures to be found at any museum in the world. The...

Crystal Springs
37 photos
The Crystal Springs Dam holds back the reservoir water of Lower Crystal Springs Reservoir in San Mateo County, California. The dam was completed in 1890 and has survived both the 1906 and 1989...

Flowers
664 photos
My Photographic Plant Garden: My garden of photographs dedicated to the collection and display of a wide range of plants labelled with their botanical names. It may contain specialist plant...

Fort Ross, Russians in America
14 photos
Did you know that Russians once inhabited parts of northern California?? In April, 1806 Nikolai Rezanov of the "Russian-American Company" sailed south from the Russian base at Sitka,...

Filoli - "FIght, LOve, LIve"
102 photos
Filoli, located on the Peninsula 25 miles south of San Francisco, is a famous American country house set in 16 acres of formal gardens surrounded by a 654 acre estate. Filoli was built between 1915...


"The Haight", American Counterculture
24 photos
"The Haight", otherwise known as the Haight-Ashbury district of San Francisco, is named for the intersection of Haight and Ashbury Streets. The district encompasses the neighborhood...

Hanna House
8 photos
Hanna House was designed for Stanford University professor Paul Hanna, his wife Jean and their five children. They asked Wright to design an inexpensive house for their growing family, and Wright's...

Beth Sholom Synagogue
12 photos

Chihuly at de Young
43 photos
Dale Chihuly is considered the single most important contemporary artist working in glass today. It was through his own personal vision that he has been responsible for transforming the scope and...

Alcatraz Island
15 photos
The 22-acre island of Alcatraz was named in 1775 by the Spanish explorer Juan Manuel de Ayala, who charted the San Francisco Bay. He called the island "La Isla de los Alcatraces", and...


Napa Valley
6 photos

China Camp
15 photos
China Camp was one of twenty or thirty fishing villages that once dotted the shores of San Francisco and San Pablo Bays. During the 1880's, nearly 500 people lived in the Chinese fishing village...

Fascinating Photos
23 photos

Gay Pride 2008
37 photos
The annual Pride Celebration commemorates the rebellion of LGBT patrons of the Stonewall Inn in New York City’s Greenwich Village in response to a routine police raid on June 27, 1969. The...

Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest
26 photos
The longest-living members of the bristlecone species exist in harsh conditions in the upper reaches of California’s White Mountains. With less than twelve inches of annual precipitation and a...


Point Lobos State Reserve
31 photos
Point Lobos was said, by landscape artist Francis McComas (1875-1938), to be, "the greatest meeting of land and water in the world". All who have ever come here, including the photographer...

Lighthouses I've Seen
51 photos
If lighthouses could talk, they would tell you the most amazing stories of the things they've seen and heard. I find them both fascinating and beautiful. In addition to my family they are my most...

Fif's Nursery School Graduation
1 photo

Carnaval 2008
34 photos
On February 25th, 1979, a windy, cold and rainy Sunday in San Francisco, about three hundred drummers and dancers, dressed in multifarious colors and shapes, paraded around Precita Park in the...

Ancient Port City of Caesarea
3 photos


The Gardens of Hakone
28 photos
Hakone is the oldest Asian and Japanese estate in the Western Hemisphere, eighteen acres of magnificent beauty nestled in the verdant hills of Saratoga overlooking Silicon Valley in Central...

Group Photos: A Memorable Journey
134 photos
These photos of our trip are special to me because they portray, not only the look and feel of Israel, but the excitement that was in our hearts. You can see it on our faces....the pleasurable...

En Gedi National Park
3 photos

Tel Dan Nature Reserve
3 photos

Mitzpe Ramon and Ramon Crater
6 photos


Ecovillage at Kibbutz Lotan
6 photos
"Natural building", a mixture of clay, mud and straw. Ecological sustainability is the central theme of intern programs at Kibbutz Lotan. The medium for introducing the message of...

Ayalon Institute: Secret in the Hill
1 photo

Along the Road in Israel
32 photos

Eilat: Search for Spirituality
22 photos

On the Lebanon Border
10 photos


Images of Safed (Zefat)
22 photos
A city located in the mountains of the Upper Galilee (Northern District of Israel), Safed is one of Judaisms Four Holy Cities. It is also the highest city in Israel at 3200 feet above sea level. In...

Masada
8 photos

Sights of Tel Aviv
14 photos
Almost a hundred years ago, David ben Gurion and other Jews founded the new city of Tel Aviv (literally "Hill of Spring") on land purchased from Bedouins north of Jaffa. Six years later,...

Sights of Jordan
17 photos

The Wonders of Petra
48 photos
The city of Petra in the Hashemite kingdom of Jordan is one of the marvels of the ancient world and certainly a highpoint of our trip. Our group entered the city by walking a mile-long narrow...


The Layers of Jerusalem
75 photos
Located in the Judean Mountains between the Mediterranean Sea and the Dead Sea, Jerusalem is considered holy to the three major Abrahamic religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Jerusalem is...

The Faces of Israel
26 photos

Views from Skylawn - San Mateo
29 photos
Skylawn Memorial Park, San Mateo, California

San Francisco - Sights of Chinatown
45 photos
Centered on Grant Avenue and Stockton Street, San Francisco's Chinatown covering 24 square blocks is the oldest in North America and the largest Chinese community outside of Asia. Established in...

Clarion Alley Mural Project
77 photos
The Clarion Alley Mural Project (CAMP) was established in October 1992 by a volunteer collective of six Mission residents: Aaron Noble, Michael O'Connor, Sebastiana Pastor, Rigo 92, Mary Gail Snyder,...


San Francisco Mission District: Balmy Alley
68 photos
Balmy Alley in the Mission District of San Francisco, has something that no other neighborhood in the city can offer: an amazing array of beautiful, well-crafted, and often thought-provoking murals...

Yosemite National Park
28 photos

Mono Lake
15 photos

Old Bodie
38 photos
Inside the Methodist church in Old Bodie. Sitting all alone in the back row of this church was like travelling back in time. In the stillness I could almost hear the pastor's voice as he delivered...

Passage of Time
28 photos


San Francisco
356 photos

Photo Journalism
28 photos

Travel Photography
116 photos
Pigeon Point Light Station, Pescadero, California. Photographed by Evan A. Reader in December, 2003. Perched on a cliff on the central California coast, 50 miles south of San Francisco, the 115 ft....

Nature Photography
278 photos

Ano Nuevo State Reserve
13 photos


Family Pictures
19 photos

Patchen
2 photos