Kaya swims with the turtles, and other nature revelations

April 25, 2011 § 1 Comment

It's like I'm growing up at the zoo

So it’s been a little over one month since my life really took off.  Nope, not my photography career, or my latest book peaking on the NYT bestseller list, but rather the birth of lil’ Kaya Evelyn.  It’s been an amazing ride and I wouldn’t trade it for anything.  Truly a miracle – truly its impossible to put into words. « Read the rest of this entry »

Introducing Kaya Evelyn

March 23, 2011 § 11 Comments

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Meandering Back to the Place We Were Before

March 7, 2011 § 1 Comment

Restored creek channel with a fish ladder for local trout

 

Cordonices Creek straddles the border between Berkeley and Albany.  Flowing downward from the Berkeley Hills into the Bay, the creek is a prominent fixture of the “flatlands” landscape of the East Bay.  You can see it’s meanders and curves which were once confined to a concrete lined linear flood control channel.  Now, Cordonices is a creek again.

Ohlone interpretive sign

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Two again!

December 20, 2010 § Leave a comment

Two years old: what a wonderful age.

So many smiles, such fun!  I was lucky enough to have my camera and a Canon flash (580EX) with me to capture Ella’s 2-year old party.  Kids are so expressive – especially in medium-sized groups.  I noticed kids who alone were camera shy, warming up in the larger group.  This teaches me that taking kids to a playground for a photo session may be the best way to get them to act naturally and warm up to the camera.

Here are a few shots from the party.  Click on any image to enlarge.  Thanks for letting me be two again!

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