• April 26, 2019
First Trip To Boston

This has been our first short trip to Boston, Massachusetts. Every time I plan for a trip to a new city I usually spend a significant amount of time doing research about where to capture the skyline and the availability of public transportation. I also make a list of public parks with nice views and the hours they are open so I go straight to the point when I arrive. The weather was fine the first day but we had to deal with temperatures dropping overnight for the rest of our stay.

  • November 17, 2018
México Lindo y Querido (and Impressive)

This year Randy had the opportunity to visit Mexico several times. The photo sequences from México City and Quintana Roo are unbelievable. The Mexican culture is so rich and eclectic that I would recommend everyone to visit that country at least 5 times. I have been to Baja California only, which is so easy for me because I live just a few hours from the border crossing but I will talk about that in the future.

  • April 30, 2018
Montréal Total

I have to start by saying that the title of this video doesn’t mean that we covered the entire Montreal metropolitan area. We call it “Montréal Total” because this video has photo sequences of the city made during different seasons, from Winter 2012 to Fall 2017.

  • June 1, 2017
Documenting The Arroyo Seco Tunnels

I always wanted to capture these tunnels but never had the opportunity until recently. The tunnels are located near Elysian Park and are part of the 110 freeway that connects Downtown LA with Pasadena. The entire area is not considered very safe but there are many good spots to capture the traffic, therefore I took the risk three times. Twice during the day and once at night.

  • October 9, 2016
Summertime in Montréal

Montréal has many spots to capture its skyline line from, which is very helpful for photography, the most notorious places are Parc Jean Drapeau, the Old Port (from the Clock Tower), and the Mount Royal hill. And for those who are not afraid of heights there is an observation deck located on the 46th floor of the Place Ville Marie building that offers 360-degree view of the city.

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