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20180112 – Miramar Overlook Park, San Diego

In Shot From the Edge by Jerry RoxasLeave a Comment

Sometimes beauty can be found in the simplest of places, often overlooked in one’s busy life. You can pass by it daily and never even notice it, caught up in monotonous thoughts of just living life. It can be difficult to remember to stop, look, appreciate, breathe and be thankful. I captured these images when I took a moment and …

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20171222 – Naples Island, Long Beach

In Light Painting, Longshutter, Street Scenes by Jerry RoxasLeave a Comment

Often (but not often enough), I do enjoy getting out to shoot photos just for myself. Photography is a very strong passion of mine, and I absolutelly love doing long exposure shots, night photography and capturing the contrast between light and dark. So after my wedding shoot in Long Beach last Christmas, Musa (my second cameraman for my wedding shoot) …

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20170627 – Sunset at Windansea Beach, La Jolla

In Beaches, ClickAbout, Sunsets by Jerry RoxasLeave a Comment

One of my photographers, Rachel Pangi, was able to capture a few sunset shots after taking some family photos for some clients visiting from out of state. As with all photos by Jerry Roxas Photography, all photo editing and enhancements were performed by Jerry Roxas. Enjoy! Like what you see? Subscribe to the Jerry Roxas Photography Newsletter to receive announcements, …

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20170327 – Anza Borrego Desert State Park

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I was finally able to take a drive out to East San Diego County, through Julian and all the way out to the Anza Borrego Desert State Park. The idea was to stop and have breakfast with the niecees and nephews in Julian, and then head on out to checkout the desert super bloom. Although the famous desert super bloom …

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20170312 – Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, Point Loma

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I chose to shoot here at the last minute, as my plan was to capture the tidepools and lighthouse at the Cabrillo National Monument today (right next door to the cemetery), but unfortunately (or fortunately!), the overcast and fog really hindered my compositions there, so I visited the Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery instead. This was my first time visiting here, …