I thought it’d be a bit excessive to do an out of state trip so soon after my January New York adventure, so I opted for something a bit more local with friends and family. Here are some pictures from the weekend.
super blue blood moon
On January 31, 2018, I woke up at 5:20AM to ogle at the moon. 5:25AM: I was super glad to have had the forethought to set up my camera and tripod the night before, so when I inevitably woke up later than planned, I was able to run out into my front yard and set up […]
rainbow salt flats
I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve passed Bedwell Bayfront Park on my way up the peninsula. Over a hundred acres of land with 2.3 miles of flat trail overlooking infamously pungent marshland never particularly appealed to me—until today.
Yesterday the US celebrated 241 years of independence since the OG Brexit. One of the most common ways us Americans like to celebrate this day is with fireworks, one of the flashiest displays of militaristic nationalism known to mankind. The biggest show in the Bay Area launches from Pier 41 in San Francisco, so naturally, […]
rewind | anza borrego
Ever since I returned from Europe, the vast majority of my time has been spent applying for jobs and interviewing for various nontechnical positions at software startups around the Bay Area. This time consuming effort has left me little time to actually go out and enjoy the daily adventures I was experiencing between graduation and […]
forestry camp alumni weekend 2k17
I spent this last weekend in Meadow Valley, California, a small town 10 miles west of Quincy. In 2010, there were only 46 people who lived there. In the summer, the population doubles when buses full of UC Berkeley students arrive with the hopes of learning more about Sierra Nevada ecology and forestry.
norcal corgi con 2k17
On Saturday June 17, Daisy and her humans went to Corgi Con for the first time.