I walk my dogs every morning from Anza and PV Blvd to Avenue I through Riviera Village to the Esplande and this morning I was greeted with 93 flags, Trump 2020, American and Back The Blue, on every light pole from Miramar Park north to Veterans Park near the Redondo Beach Pier, unbelievable!!!
In 1960 John Severson published the first issue of “The Surfer.” Its 36 pages were a compilation of photos he took while filming “Surf Fever,” his own illustrations, some editorial, and a few ads. Flyers announcing “The Surfer is coming!” were pasted the windows of surf shops. Former Surfer …
Maya Gabeira got whipped into an absolute mind-blowingly large wave at Nazaré, setting the Guinness Record for the largest wave ever surfed by a woman at 73.5 ft while also securing the Red Bull Big Wave Awards cbdMD XXL Biggest Wave.
A look at life in the beach cities of Los Angeles during the time of the Coronavirus pandemic. I wanted to do more than document the empty scenes of this historic time by exploring the themes of loneliness and isolation brought on by social distance. In addition, I wanted to inspire hope for…
Bioluminescence filmed in Newport Beach at around midnight! Shot in 4K on my Sony a7iii.
With the Corona Ban well underway, Mr. Carlson strikes back, building the #CB3 Virtual Performance Command Center for Mira Costa Jazz and the Carlson Band to debut the first student performance in the series.
A 33-34 foot juvenile grey whale paid a visit to The Roundhouse Aquarium and the Manhattan Beach Pier on Feb. 12. Roundhouse workers Eric Martin and Daniel Genuth were able to get drones up into the air to study the creature as it hung around for nearly an hour.
The federally endangered El Segundo Blue Butterfly makes an appearance among the sea-cliff buckwheat planted along the pathway leading down to Torrance Beach on July 13, 2019.