Earlier this year, I got to spend my first weekend ever in New Orleans, LA. I didn't even get to scratch the surface, but it became my most favorite city I've visited in a long time. Here are some photos I made with my trusty rangefinder. Can't wait to get back.
Made it up to Mt. Tam earlier this year. I was given an old Leica Z2x P&S from the 90's. Super weird camera to shoot. Don't know if I'll keep it, but it was fun to hike with. – Tim
This past October, a group of us headed up to the Lost Coast, Northern California. We arrived late at night and took a shuttle two hours north to the trailhead. We didn't get there until 1am, but decided to hike the first few miles at night.
hiking at night ended up being one of the coolest parts of the trip.
Crashed the first night at this light house
Then headed down the coast. The terrain changed here and there, but it's all coast for 26 miles.
Any trip to the Lost Coast has to be planned around the tides to avoid being trapped in, "impassable at high tide" sections. Here's what it looks like trying to get around the tide.
Sat here after the long first day and watched whales breaching. No hip outdoorsy wear here, just wore my old shit, sorry.
George over-did-it on the hike and spent some time throwing up on this scenic bluff.
The last time we came to the Lost Coast, the weather was much different. Battling storms, waves and allowing for some more interesting photography. This trip felt like a vacation at the beach by comparison.
Light fog on the last morning out. Really happy all I had left was Black and white. Great Trip.
Photos by Tim Gatto
Got around to some photos that I took this summer. Sonoma Fourth, San Francisco business, and Hawaii. Here ya go.
Photos from Sean Desmond's photo show 4/9/10
This past friday I attended The Tenderloin Project show, by photographer Sean Desmond. After stumbling onto this project a year ago at their website launch, I was pleased to see the amount of work that has happened over the past year. Really great photography and project for a great cause.
this time around local artists contributed. Some Mike Giant awesomeness.
dozens of these silkscreens were plastered to one of the walls as part of the display. Very impressive.
This video does a great job showing some of the collaboration with the tenderloin neighborhood. Be sure to check out their website for more information about the project.