Point Reyes Images is a series of shots from my recent exploration of one of the most remote and beautiful parts of the Pacific coast of California. Today’s image is a hidden section of McClure’s beach only accessible through a small crevice in a large promontory of boulders. I love the little sea birds flitting about so nonchalantly while the destructive force of the Pacific crashes all around them. The haze of the evening and the waning light give this image a surreal quality that makes me want to tarry. However, the wind was chilly, the heat was fleeting, and my wife had already begun to walk back towards the trail. It was time to leave this amazing place.
Thanks for joining me here on this journey through Point Reyes. There may be an iPhone Haiku Sunday on the horizon so stay tuned.
Here is a reminder of my upcoming instructional workshop for iPhone photography.
The iPhone and Creative Imaging Workshop -The iPhone and Creative Imaging is a 2 day workshop April 13 and 14, 2013 in San Francisco hosted by Michael Housewright and conducted by the extraordinary Sam Krisch. This workshop limited to 10 students is the premier introduction to the power of iPhone photography currently offered. Learn to compose, shoot, and process outstanding iPhone images from an iconic voice in iPhone fine art photography. iPhone photography has been recognized by the New York Times, Macworld, and the San Francisco Chronicle as breaking the mold of outstanding photography. Join us be part of an artistic revival and share in the joy of creating with the iPhone. – See more at: The iPhone and Creative Imaging Workshop Registration Page