Category Archive: Sea

Pura Vida.

Costa Rica during off-season has its perks. If you love rain, that is one of them… but I loved the lack of tourists & opportunity to hang with the local community. No matter… Continue reading

Perfect Hideaway

Who knew the perfect getaway lie hidden on the side of a cliff, so close to home? These bare bone cabins provide the perfect blank canvas for a few days of escape from… Continue reading

Oh Mendo!

I absolutely love Mendocino. The drive North through the redwoods is calming, the small towns reflect a simpler way of life bringing you closer to nature, and the coastline is utterly breathtaking. My… Continue reading

The Breath of The Ocean

Maui’s terrain is so diverse it could be its own mini planet. To the East there is lush jungle, waterfalls & red sand beaches, and to the North, the perfect winds blow steady… Continue reading

Aloha

Last November we had the opportunity to go to Maui to shoot a very dear friend’s wedding in exchange for airfare. Needless to say we literally jumped at the opportunity for some tropical… Continue reading

Rainy day waves

A rainy day at Rodeo Beach in the Marin Headlands.

Big Sur

Big Sur holds many treasures tucked away in its mysterious, majestic mountains. On your first drive through the winding road it seems very desolate, nearly abandoned. All you feel is the heart throb… Continue reading

Oh, Indian Summer!

Galaxy Leggings, Fog & Oysters.

My dear friend Morgan was visiting today from Los Angeles. It was a gorgeous warm day in Sausalito, and we decided to take a drive North to Point Reyes for some yummy Hog… Continue reading

Dreams of Sun, Sand & Saltwater

Here’s to enjoying your Sunday whether you are at the beach, or at work just dreaming of being there.

Along a Winding Road

There is nothing like a spontaneous escape up the coast to Point Reyes. Travel past the rugged coastline and stop in the tiny town with a big personality for a mellow surf (Bolinas).… Continue reading

Backyard Venturing

“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. ¬†Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in… Continue reading

One in a Million

Not having been on many sailboats in my lifetime, I embarked on our search for the perfect boat utterly blind. I was about to be introduced to a whole new world which at… Continue reading

The Gulf Coast

From sunrise to sunset Oh lovely ocean! It has only been a week since I have swam in your waters but I feel as if it’s been an eternity… I don’t think I… Continue reading