Crossed on Flickr.A tree appears to radiate as cracks across the foundation of the base of the western span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge.

Crossed on Flickr.

A tree appears to radiate as cracks across the foundation of the base of the western span of the San Francisco Bay Bridge.

Welcome to Sunny San Francisco! on Flickr.This is my mid late 70’s tourist brochure style photo taken along San Francisco’s Embarcadero. Just remember, though, that while it may be sunny make sure to bring a light winter jacket ;-)

Welcome to Sunny San Francisco! on Flickr.

This is my mid late 70’s tourist brochure style photo taken along San Francisco’s Embarcadero. Just remember, though, that while it may be sunny make sure to bring a light winter jacket ;-)

Hella Stars on Flickr.A constellation of lights illuminate the ceiling above Howard Ben Tré’s cast glass and bronze _The Lightness of Being #4_, de Young Museum, San Francisco.

Hella Stars on Flickr.

A constellation of lights illuminate the ceiling above Howard Ben Tré’s cast glass and bronze _The Lightness of Being #4_, de Young Museum, San Francisco.

Contree on Flickr.A heavily pollarded tree stands in front of the blue sky broken by one expanding contrail, Golden Gate Park Music Concourse, San Francisco, CA.
Photo notes: This is actually an HDR photo using a high contrast naturalistic filter. Using HDR this way increases detail and clarity without increasing noise.

Contree on Flickr.

A heavily pollarded tree stands in front of the blue sky broken by one expanding contrail, Golden Gate Park Music Concourse, San Francisco, CA.

Photo notes: This is actually an HDR photo using a high contrast naturalistic filter. Using HDR this way increases detail and clarity without increasing noise.

Enter on Flickr.Lately I’ve been pushing what HDR photos can look like into unknown (at least to me) surrealist reality but without the usual HDR feel. In this photo I left in some of the HDR processing artifacts. Look for the repeated star on the Macy’s bag.

Enter on Flickr.

Lately I’ve been pushing what HDR photos can look like into unknown (at least to me) surrealist reality but without the usual HDR feel. In this photo I left in some of the HDR processing artifacts. Look for the repeated star on the Macy’s bag.