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Some shots from a session with an eight-day old client. I’d never done baby photos before, but Alex was quite a cooperative model:
small

three

alex

wonder

tiny

laugh
Full set here.

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refinery

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Finally found a good time to slip inside the abandoned naval base at Hunters Point, and it was worth the wait. Some shots from the photo excursion:
barracks
Approaching building 600, a former barracks at the southeast tip of Hunters Point. The shipyard is the most toxic place in San Francisco, so I didn’t want to spend much time in this cesium-polluted wasteland. It took some serious problem solving to get inside this building, but it was worth it.
building 600
The building itself is a gutted shell filled with broken glass, empty lockers and ratty old mattresses.
interior

doorway
10 floors of photogenic emptiness.
living well
Living well. I didn’t come across much quality graffiti.
shattered

thousone

decay

lurker
Whole set here.

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willie
Outside the ballpark.

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I’ve really been on an abstract kick as of late. I tend to look down a lot when I walk, and I began noticing patterns and shapes on the ground. Here’s what I see:
manhole

stars

X

perpendicular

repetition

texture

X

shadowplay

tarmac

ovals

cracks

dots

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sunk
Final resting place for a motorboat in Islais Creek Channel, San Francisco.

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dichotomy

white

black

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