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20th Feb 2017 – Clouds After the Rain

Clouds After the Rain

Clouds After the Rain

After the rains last month, clouds were hanging low around the Hollywood Hills; a rare site in Southern California…

19th Sep 2016 – Branch Hummingbird

Branch Hummingbird

Branch Hummingbird

Photograph of a series I took of hummingbirds in a glade near the house in the Hollywood Hills. On this one, a hummingbird is resting on a branch after doing some work on its nest…

12th Sep 2016 – Sunset over The Hills

Sunset over The Hills

Sunset over The Hills

Snapshot of the sun going down over the Hollywood Hills, with a great splash of colors.

Jan 11th, 2016 – NYC by Way of Hollywood – New Year’s Day

NYC by Way of Hollywood - New Year's Day

NYC by Way of Hollywood – New Year’s Day

After a great New Year’s Party came the New Year’s Day- and one of the treats for the partygoers in the Hollywood Hills is house at the top of the hill, which has a replica of the famous Times Square NYE Ball, (pardon, the Waterford Crystal Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball), that actually does drop for the New Year Countdown.

However, in the light of day, you’re able to see the ball, without the lights- and this is it. In fact, here is a more detailed look.

Hollywood NYC NYE Ball Detail

Hollywood NYC NYE Ball Detail

Happy New Year everyone!

Nov 9th, 2015 – Duality

Duality

Duality

Sometimes, its the “for a lark” shots that speak to you…

This shot was taken in the Hollywood Hills, with a view inside a home as well as off the balcony, out over the Los Angeles (well, really West Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Century City- though Los Angeles takes over further out…) cityscape. The duality of the views- a young lady inside, looking at her phone in the light, compared with the darkened nature as well as the city lights against the night – really, there is a heckuvalotta dueling dualities here.

December 25th, 2012 – The Transit of Venus and MERRY XMAS!

Transit of Venus thru the Griffith Sundial

Transit of Venus thru the Griffith Sundial

Back in May of this year, the last Transit of Venus in our lifetimes occurred. This was a grand event, with a rich history, ( http://www.transitofvenus.org/ ). Venus transits were used to gain the first realistic estimates of the size of the Solar System…

After viewing the spectacle through several telescopes and directly (with protection, of course!), I was heading out. But, when I passed the sundial and inspiration hit – and viola!

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