Day 5: Alameda Beach

Posted in Uncategorized on June 2, 2009 by kevvo23

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Ripples: The ripples come from the water flow pushing aside the sand like the Red Sea.

Roots

Roots: The concavity of the sand from root-like patterns.

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Shadow in the water: The shadow in the water brings out the mini waves that are coming upon the beach.

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Mini Ridge: The Ridge is covered in sand and host waterfalls of sand.

Day 4: Ocean Beach

Posted in Uncategorized on June 1, 2009 by kevvo23

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Ocean Beach: Ocean Beach is located in San Francisco. The beach showed plenty of algorithms, and fractals.

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Roots: The flow from the water  makes make a root-like pattern. You can see the fractal pattern repeating and branching out.

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Reflection: The reflection from the students bring of the algorithmic pattern of the waves in the water.

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Black Sand: The flow of the water penetrates the membrane of the sand, and shows the black sand underneath. The glimmer from the water makes the sand look like marble.

Day 3: Lake Merritt/Bonsai Garden

Posted in Uncategorized on June 1, 2009 by kevvo23

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Bonsai Garden: This Bonsai Garden is located in the Botanical Garden. I have always wanted to go to a Bonsai Garden and it was very intriguing It holds various shapes, styles, and sizes of Bonsai trees.

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Bonsai Tree: This is the oldest Bonsai Tree in America. It is over 150 years young, and shows various patterns.

DSC00032Fruit: The lonesome fruit at first seeming like an apple, but then, looking closer you see the glistening flesh.

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Cathedral: This Cathedral is located near Lake Merrit. It is very aesthetically pleasing to the eye. In the middle there are steps and a verse is written on the steps that raps around the alter.

Joaquin Miller Park

Posted in Uncategorized on May 28, 2009 by kevvo23

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River: The flow from the river complementing the light streams from the sun.

FlowerFlower: The isolated flower persevering through it’s green friend.

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Horse Tail: One of the most mature plants on Earth. The algorithmic pattern of its branches stuns to eye.

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Wooded Chip Road: The disorganized structure of the wooded chips show an endless road.

May 27th, Digital Photography

Posted in Uncategorized on May 28, 2009 by kevvo23

Kevin VoMy name is Kevin Vo and I am a senior at Life Academy. I am going to post up four pictures a day from our hikes from my photography/hiking class. Feel free to give feedback and comment. (Props to Timmy Huynh for my photo. Click on the link to the right to see more of his work.)