• Dispatches

    Dispatches: Strange days and cool nights on Venice Beach

    Venice Beach — about midway between Santa Monica and Manhattan Beach — is named for the canals that run through it. Once the most eccentric and bohemian of the Los Angeles beach communities — the Doors were founded here in 1965 — it is rapidly succumbing to an onslaught of gentrification. Even so, people still fish on the fishing pier, superannuated hippies ride colorful bikes, and there is a beautiful sunset every night. All images ©  2016 Clif Burns. You can see more of his work on his website. Dispatches is our occasional look outside of DC at the places local photographers have traveled. Have a set of photos you’d…

    Comments Off on Dispatches: Strange days and cool nights on Venice Beach
  • Dispatches

    Over the boardwalk in Rehoboth Beach

      It’s tempting on a clear August day in Rehoboth Beach to look at the ocean and the blue sky from the Boardwalk. But that would be a mistake because there are plenty of things going on all over the boardwalk itself and plenty of photo opportunities. All images ©  2016 Clif Burns. You can see more of his work on his website.