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California …

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I am just going to throw up a few photos from our trip and will go into details in a later post.  We spent eight days in Oceanside, north of San Diego visiting Lauren, Travis and Lukas.  Had a great time and went all over Southern California…Los Angeles to Palm Springs to Malibu to San Diego.  I have been spending more time posting my images to Instagram and have ignored my two blogs.  You can find me on Instagram at ” frankphardy ” if you are interested.  I use it more to post the above type of images and I do put up images that I post over on my father’s photography blog that I have.  Here are a few more SoCal photos …


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The surfing photo was taken at Oceanside and the sailboat image was taken coming out the harbor in Oceanside.  The above photo is the start of Malibu, which was nothing really special to me … until you get to the million dollar beach homes.  I made some photos of the homes from the beach that I will post later, all I can say is “WOW ” … not that they are huge or elaborate, just expensive.  Here are several more …


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The top is Los Angeles from the Griffith Observatory and the bottom photo is a lifeguard stand at the Santa Monica Pier.  I took a lot around the pier and I will post more in the future as I work them up.  Thanks again for looking and please check back … Feel free to share your own Southern California experiences, I am interested in her what you have to say.  Thanks again … Frank


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January 6, 2016 at 6:42 pm

Opryland Hotel …

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Here are several images I made inside the Opryland Hotel in Nashville with my iPhone.  I do not think I have pulled out my Canon on a trip in the last two months …

The first image I processed in an app that I purchased, but I cannot remember which one, maybe ” Old Photo Pro “, but I am not sure.  The bottom one, I did in Photoshop.  After using Photoshop for so long, most of these photo apps for the iPhone are useless to me … I am glad I only purchased a few of them.  The ones that are interesting are the panoramic apps, but it takes some experimenting to figure them out.  Thanks for looking …

Written by Frank Hardy

January 9, 2012 at 5:29 pm

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