The weather was a little moody when four of us went sailing in Redondo. I came with the expectation that we'd be scampering (tightening lines and other things I always see on television), but it was surprisingly peaceful being out on the water.
And at the end of all that
hard work... our reward, lunch at Captain Kidd's.
Or so it felt all during the month of December. I traveled up to San Francisco two out of four weekends that month for an engagement session and a wedding. And every time I travel up there I always have a new appreciation for SF.
There is nothing quite as nice as a sunny day in San Francisco, especially when you throw in a ferry ride.
It is amazing to see the small town mentality that still pervades Sausalito. And despite the fact that it was remarkably chilly, the only thing we were craving was ice cream.
This reminds me of all the houseboats we saw in Amsterdam.
The quintessential view of the Golden Gate bridge from the Marin headlands. It was a bit more challenging to reach with public transportation, but the view is always breathtaking. We literally had ten minutes before we had to race back to catch the last ferry.
It was a very moody day in San Francisco when I arrived to shoot Dan and Jen's engagement. Actually, it rained the whole four days I was up here. But it really didn't put a dampener on these two, who were quite sunny and sweet despite the occasional bouts of rain that pelted them. You guys were awesome. :)