Train station Gilroy, CA.
My Best Images of 2019: the nominees.
Happy New Year!
2019 was a year full of adventures just like every other year in the past. I visited places by my self, some times with my family and some times with friends, too. Lake Tahoe, San Francisco, Elko Nevada, Carmel Mission, San Francisco’s zoo, Mount Hamilton and Hollister are just a few places I visited and photograph this year. I have a feeling 2020 will bring me more joy, and more photographs for me to share with you all, my patrons. I am super excited with my new drone DJI Mavic Mini because I am going to be able to photograph from the air. This’s just amazing for the fact that I can now share with you a different perspective. Perspective that is not possible without the help of a drone. I am super happy, too, because my new Nikon camera is coming soon. More MB and more MP as well as video will be possible with this new technology from Nikon and DJI. I wish to travel more and explore more regions that I have not explored before, and why not going back to those areas I visited before and photograph them again and again. After all, practice makes perfect and perhaps I can achieve more knowledge and new photographs to share for the coming year. Visit my website and go to my Blog so that you can see these amazing 2019 photographs. Let me know which one is/are your favorites.
A day with the masters at MOMASF. Diego Rivera, Frida Kahlo. Pablo Picasso, José Clemente Orozco, Rufino Tamayo, Henri Matisse, Andy Warhol, and Jackson Pollockjust to mention a few, were my inspiration for today’s visit to MOMASF. The five hours walking and the seven levels Yesenia and I visit today, was simply worth it. Learning the secrets these famous painters used in the past, are very helpful for me to use in my photography now in the present. Visit MOMASF, for this museum is simply magical. And it’s for me a niche where the Master and apprentice meet not just to learn from each other but to have a wonderful time, too. @ SFMOMA San Francisco Museum of Modern Art