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  • In The Pipeline: 'Seeing' time with then and now shots

    Recently, while speaking at Hope View School, I showed the kids a series of images. They were all taken from the same spot, standing at the head of the pier, looking down Main Street in Huntington Beach. But the images were taken at different points in...
  • City Lights: Seeing beyond the visual

    One of my best-kept secrets is that I'm terribly nearsighted. I wear contacts most of the time, but my glasses are nearly a centimeter thick on the outer edges. In two ways, I'm lucky — first, that I live in a part of the world that easily...
  • Natural Perspectives: Capturing the majesty of nature

    Some of us members of the Photographic Society of Orange County traveled to the Eastern Sierra last week to photograph fall foliage. Vic stayed home to take care of the chickens and to teach his college classes. That work thing of his really interferes...
  • Calendar

    YOUR WEEKEND FRIDAY: The 44th season of Art-A-Fair, which features exhibits from local artists, is at 777 Laguna Canyon Road, Laguna Beach, and goes until Aug. 29. An adult season pass is $7 for one of Southern California's most popular art festivals....
  • Natural Perspectives: Nature's magnificence in Yosemite

    Last week, Vic and I rented a vacation house on a fork of the Fresno River in Oakhurst with our friends Paul and Sue Hertzog and their delightful 15-year-old daughter Katie. Paul and Vic have been friends since they lived in France and shared a house...
  • Greer's OC: Open surf season

    Tuesday marked the beginning of an incredible free concert series at the U.S. Open of Surfing in Huntington Beach, but BMX, fashion, skating and, of course, surf events will continue from morning until night. The venue opens at 7 a.m. or earlier for the...
  • Independent photographer wins award

    Independent photographer Scott Smeltzer has been named a finalist in the California Newspaper Publishers Assn.'s Better Newspapers Contest for his photo of ex-Bell City Manager Robert Rizzo being arrested at his home in Huntington Beach. Smeltzer...
  • Facing the recession

    Facing the recession
    Four dozen photographs coat the wall and hang from the ceiling of the Huntington Beach Art Center, each one taken with a high-definition camera that coaxes out pores, wrinkles and haggard expressions. Most, if not all, of the subjects are strangers to...
  • Joe Surf: Before there was Surfline, there were landlines

    Editor's note: Joe Haakenson is a veteran Orange County sports writer, editor and surfer. This is the debut of his new weekly column, Joe Surf. * Technology. Can't live without it. Even surfers. Back in the day, you would have to drive to the beach,...
  • Natural Perspectives: A close call with tornadoes, storms, hail

    Vic and I are back from our trip to Great Smoky Mountains National Park with the Photographic Society of Orange County. Due to Vic's teaching schedule, he arrived April 28, a day after I did. The good news is that we survived. The bad news is that it was...
  • Friends, strangers help family displaced by fire

    Friends, strangers help family displaced by fire
    When Sally Nobbs and her family jumped out of the windows of their Sunset Beach home to escape a five-alarm fire May 12, there was no going back: They lost everything. But almost immediately, Nobbs, who lived in the rented home with her boyfriend, his...
  • In The Pipeline: Three descriptive essays force tie in contest

    In The Pipeline: Three descriptive essays force tie in contest
    This year's In The Pipeline student journalism competition produced many more entries than last year, making the judging extra tough. In fact, this year, we have a tie for first place — a three-way tie at that. Congratulations to Andrea Resnick...