More from Torrey Pines

I had the chance to do quite a bit of close up photography while I was at Torrey Pines Reserve. This is one of my favourite types of work, partly because of the real graphic qualities that you can achieve but also because very few people see this way. I always get the comment “I didn’t notice that” to which I reply, “Slow down and look”. Anyway, some graphic Torrey Pines images. Enjoy!

Seaweed at Torrey Pines, San Diego, California

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3 Responses to “More from Torrey Pines”

  1. LisaNewton says:

    I love the first one. Sand can be a great backdrop, with so much texture and various colors. You did discover the smaller side of Torrey Pines. BTW, I put up my part one of Torrey Pines today. If you have time, take a quick look…………:)

  2. kevin says:

    Thanks for the comment Lisa,

    Sand sure can be interesting. I’ll likely put a few more up later today when I get serious about a few blogs. For some reason I have three often neglected blogs but I’m attempting to get into shape.

    I’ll check out your new Torrey Pines piece, I’m sure it will be great.


  3. […] For another look at Torrey Pines, be sure to check out Kevin’s recent visit over at his blog, Kevin Oke Photography. He took ordinary sights and converted them to artwork. It’s definitely worth a look. […]

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