Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills

That’s A Wrap!

This is how we wrap construction sites in Beverly Hills!   Site of the soon to be 5-star, 12-story Waldorf Astoria Beverly Hills wrapped for this Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards The awards show, hosted again this year by comedian Ricky Gervais, will be held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel, immediately behind this structure. This is Beverly Hills … where no ad space shall be left … Continue reading That’s A Wrap!

The Brig Pilgrim off of Dana Point Headlands leads the Sunset Parade of Tall Ships

Brig Pilgrim off Dana Point Headlands

The Sunset Parade of Tall Ships on Friday evening, September 11, 2015, was the opening event for the 31st Annual Toshiba Tall Ships Festival at the Ocean Institute in Dana Point, California. As we prepare the full photo gallery for the parade, we thought you might enjoy a photo of the Brig Pilgrim as she escorted the parade back into Dana Point Harbor. The Brig Pilgrim … Continue reading Brig Pilgrim off Dana Point Headlands

3-Master Schooner American Pride in the Sunset Parade of Tall Ships

Photo Bombed by a Three-Masted Schooner!

Shot while being shot at? 😮 Thanks Debi Magruder for the #UltimatePhotoBomb 😀 Thanks to the Ocean Institute for passage aboard their R/V Sea Explorer for the Sunset Parade of Tall Ships, the opening event for the 31st Annual Toshiba Tall Ships Festival in Dana Point, California. Full photo blogs are in the works. Pretty certain the mermaids are coming soon! 😉 #TallShipsFestival #TallShips #AmericanPride … Continue reading Photo Bombed by a Three-Masted Schooner!

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Editorial: Why So Few Photos on Social Media?

The question comes up often of why we don’t post our photos on Instagram and only very few on Facebook, and other social media sites for that matter. Finally decided it was time to simply create a photo album on each with the following. To me, this is clearly a rights grab by an over-zealous corporate entity. In September 2013, Facebook revealed in a white paper that … Continue reading Editorial: Why So Few Photos on Social Media?