The light coming from the sun was a bit harsh today at the shoreline of Cesar Chavez Park in Berkeley, CA. Fortunately, the end result of the photos came out fine in my honest opinion. My cousin, brother, and I came to the park on a whim so I took very little photos unfortunately. I do have to say that the area was very nostalgic for me because it reminded me of my childhood.
I walked around Golden Gate Park and Sutro Baths in San Francisco for five straight hours to catch up with a close friend from high school. The scenes just constantly reminded me of places of meditation and tranquility. Thus, I centered my photos around the calming atmosphere that the area gave off. I highly recommend checking these places out because there is a little of everything for everyone.
The city of Albany was scattered with symbolic imagery that caught my eye. It was just a matter of scavenging for these rare opportunities. I really enjoyed these types of scenes because there are all sorts of interpretations and perspectives that can be conceived from one singular image, and it is ultimately up to the eye of the beholder.
My mission for today’s photos was to take a couple of candid shots while capturing the essence of the neighborhood of Albany, CA. The walk was a nostalgic trip of my high school days so I really enjoyed shooting photography here. I hope to do more photos of Albany in the future because the area was where I grew up.
My sister wanted to work out, and get her daily 10,000 steps in so our resolution was to hike Muir Woods! The Redwoods were simply gorgeous and the air was refreshingly crisp. I highly recommend people to check Muir Woods if they are in the Bay Area.