Photographer Spotlight – Kate

Editor’s Note: Continuing yesterday’s tradition of introducing our brand new photographers, this post features beautiful photos from Kate.  Grab a coffee and settle in for some lovely afternoon visuals.~o

If you’d like to view more of Kate’s work, check out her Flickr Photostream.

A shot of the sign for the Coroner’s Bureau in Oakland, CA, where I live. Taken with the Golden Half toy camera.

A cheery flower photograph with the rich colors and contrast provided by morning-time natural light.

A portrait of a previous professor, Mark Griffin of San Francisco State University, taken for a photojournalism project. He teaches the introduction to physical anthropology and human osteology courses in the department of anthropology.

A portrait of my dad at the San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers. They were showing a butterfly exhibit and one landed on his face!

A doe in the Man’yo botanical gardens surrounding Kasuga-taisha, an incredible Shinto shrine to the Fujiwara family in Nara, Japan. I took a ten day trip to Japan alone in August 2009.

A surfer catching waves at the point of Fort Mason, right beneath the Golden Gate Bridge. San Francisco.

4th of July celebration, 2007.

Omikuji (random fortunes) at Sens?-ji, an ancient Buddhist temple in the old neighborhood of Asakusa, Tokyo. It’s Tokyo’s oldest temple. Taken just after a hot summer rain.

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