Cheeka Snaps

Orange SF Skyline on Flickr.
I led a photowalk as part of Scott Kelby’s Worldwide photowalk 2013. This “walk” consisted of a ferry ride from Oakland to Pier 41, some time in the Pier 39 area and back to Oakland via Ferry building and Alameda. I had picked the timing of the return around sunset so we had the opportunity to take pictures with the wonderful light at dusk. The light was beautiful but tripods were no use due to the vibration of the boat deck. This skyline picture was taken when we were docked at Alameda.
One remarkable thing that I noticed (only when i saw this on my computer) is that the Golden Gate bridge seems to be parallel to the Bay Bridge from this spot and the distance between them is compressed (perhaps due to the 70mm zoom i used to take this picture) View Larger

Orange SF Skyline on Flickr.

I led a photowalk as part of Scott Kelby‚Äôs Worldwide photowalk 2013. This “walk” consisted of a ferry ride from Oakland to Pier 41, some time in the Pier 39 area and back to Oakland via Ferry building and Alameda. I had picked the timing of the return around sunset so we had the opportunity to take pictures with the wonderful light at dusk. The light was beautiful but tripods were no use due to the vibration of the boat deck. This skyline picture was taken when we were docked at Alameda.

One remarkable thing that I noticed (only when i saw this on my computer) is that the Golden Gate bridge seems to be parallel to the Bay Bridge from this spot and the distance between them is compressed (perhaps due to the 70mm zoom i used to take this picture)


Totem pole on Flickr.Pictures from Lower Antelope Canyon in Page, AZ. Page was the furthest point in the Sedona roadtrip before we turned back home again. 
The Upper Canyon trip was part of a tour group (the only way to do this) Given the sheer number of people in the canyon, and how rushed it was to even setup a tripod, I am glad to have got a decent picture without any people in it.

Totem pole on Flickr.

Pictures from Lower Antelope Canyon in Page, AZ. Page was the furthest point in the Sedona roadtrip before we turned back home again.


The Upper Canyon trip was part of a tour group (the only way to do this) Given the sheer number of people in the canyon, and how rushed it was to even setup a tripod, I am glad to have got a decent picture without any people in it.