Downed trees slowing me down.
The convention ended weeks ago. I Finally got all my pictures sorted (as well as my dad’s). These are a few of my favorites. enjoy. I had a blast and as usual, the costumes were amazing. Thanks to my wife and my dad for making this happen and sharing your pictures. Huge thanks to everyone at Wondercon and especially everyone in costume (please send me links and i will happily include them here). See you next year!
It started off a bit hazy. The air was not ideal for photography, but I still managed to capture a few great shots. It was actually my first visit to Catalina Island. Luckily, it was the first day of the late hours, but unfortunately the restaurant did not get the memo. We had time to hike about before taking off again. We took a meandering route back to Hawthorne and did some sight seeing. I even took the yoke. Continue reading for some amazing pictures.
Coming from Wondercon to the show was only a bit stressful because I had left my tickets at home. Luckily we got there moments before the show started. Our late arrival didn’t help us stake a great spot. Luckily my new camera has impressive zoom for it’s tiny package. I even got some amazing video.
Amazing exhibits. They let you take pictures, so here are mine. enjoy.
As someone who enjoys his occasional blatant consumerism, I spent this year’s favorite shopping day in much more serene surroundings. After an incredible brunch with friends in Topanga Canyon, we journeyed on to Tuna Canyon Park. The air was so clear we could see for miles, even all the way to downtown Los Angeles. After the sun set, Sushi (and Sake). What a wonderful day.
LA topped 100 degrees today and I am melting.