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Meditation with Buddha and Bicycle
Not Such a Small Carbon Footprint
On the road for a bike ride around Canyon de Chelly Naitonal Monument, AZ.
What I Saw on My Bike Ride Today
Looking Down the Hall
Range Rover Reflection
A house in the South Carthay neighborhood of Los Angeles is reflected in the window of a car.
The Duplex Around the Corner
Monolith, Mono Lake
This strange "tufa tower" at Mono Lake waits patiently for morning light.
Dawn at Mono Lake
Cathedral Rocks, Yosemite
Along the Banks of the Merced River, Yosemite
Flower Pot
Going Green: Cactus in Place of Grass
Pumpkins, Lee Vining, California
Karima Reed Memorial Photo
Agave
If found this plant in front of an apartment building, just off of famed Melrose Ave., in Los Angeles.
A Neighborhood Gardener
Interrupted from His Walk
Leonard, Worts and All
Nora
Taking a Break (Hair Stylists, Just off Melrose Blvd., in Los Angeles)
The House Painters
Woman with Bandana
My neighbor Ralph and his 54 Chevy Truck
Zacaria
He Channels Johnny Depp Channeling Hunter Thompson
The afternoon of Halloween found me on my bike on the Ballona Creek bike path, a concrete channel running through the western portions of the city to the sea. Beneath the Overland Avenue bridge, a group of young men congregated in the late afternoon light. One of them, in costume, posed for me. "Who do I look like?" he asked me. He looked just like Johnny Depp, who played the part of gonzo-journalist Hunter Thompson, in the film "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," based on Thompson's book. The kid not only looked like Depp, he sounded like him. He had even read "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," portions of which he quoted to me.

I want to believe that Hunter Thompson himself - if not Johnny Depp - would have posed like this for me.
My New Friend
Guides at Monument Valley
This is a prize winner in the 2010 Adorama iPhone photography contest. It's also one of my favorite photographs.


A Quiet Place at Arches National Park
Where Others Have Gone Before Me
The iPhone with Macro Photography - Use Caution!
Implements of Torture
Making Sure Shes Safe
Plastic visor, mask, gloves (in reflection) - she's protecting herself while working on my mouth.
Monster Teeth
Phil Douglis at Dinner, Phoenix, Arizona
At McDonalds, Somewhere Between Phoenix and Flagstaff
Cafe, Gallup, New Mexico
Sunrise Over the Garden of Desert Delights
On His Afternoon Amble
Toward Tejon Pass on Interstate 5
A few days after it snowed in the mountains of Southern California, I made my way north, to visit with friends old and new in the northern reaches of the Golden State. While ahead clouds and rain awaited my arrival, for now the way was illuminated by the hauntingly beautiful light of the autumn sun.
River of Tears
Rain fell over the Sacramento River, in northern half of the state, as I made my way home from a quick visit to my college town, Chico, California. As my spiritual lodestone, the place I consider my heart's true home, Chico is my Paradise Lost, my nostalgic past and my occasional present, the place where my inner compass will always point.

This visit to Chico was spent with friends old and new, as I explored places I had been to long ago, as well as places I've never been. It was the journey I wanted, a holiday gift to myself like no other.
The Alley After the Storm
Beau
May Company Department Store
Now part of the Los Angeles County Art Museum
Still Life: Bananas, Tangerines, and a Lemon
Poppies - Los Angeles
A Rainy Night in Los Angeles, Viewed from my Car
Chili Chees Fries!
Part of my dinner at the iconic "The Hat" diner, in Pasadena, during the Route 66 photography workshop. We'll do it all again next year (only I'll probably skip the french fries if we return to the Hat).
We had a great time at the Wig-Wam Motel, Wish You Were Here
Our photography group spent a night at the iconic Wig-Wam Motel, as part of our Route 66 tour. This old truck, which sits in rusting retirement at the rear of the motel, must have been a fine enticement for travelers back in the day.
Morning at the Wig-Wam Motel
Abandoned Hudson Terraplane Near Planada, California
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