More digging has been done! This time into one of my favorite areas of photography – abandoned buildings. There’s just something strangely beautiful about a place that has been left behind and forgotten. In my experience, places take on a whole new meaning once they’re abandoned and they tend to get pretty surreal. Below are a few images where I tried to capture the surreal aspects of these places. Cheers!
So there’s a ton of old stuff in the archives that I’ve never posted – I’m slowly starting to go through it and I’ll be posting more soon. This gallery is from a trip to California back in 2012. It was an epic adventure down the PCH from Yosemite to San Francisco then down to LA. Here’s a bunch of images from along the way.
I keep digging up photos I totally forgot about, but I will post some current work soon. These were shot in the fall of 2013 as part of a landscape photo project. All taken in Monmouth County, NJ and shot with Nikon D7000.
Just going thru some old work. I shot these photos in Huntington Beach, CA at the 2012 US Open of Surfing. Got to meet some cool people and watch some of the best surfers tear up small but rippable HB. Shot with Nikon D7000 and Sigma 150-500mm.