Thomas Hawk’s Digital Photoblog, August 2004

If you click on any photo it will open a high resolution copy for your enjoyment. “Right Click,” “Save Picture As,” and now you have a nice copy of the image for yourself. Click back to return to the photoblog. Enjoy.



Careful Christian



Our Friend Bird



Duck

Ducks Like Popcorn



Bill Evans



Ode to Haas



Shakes


Berkeley Early Evening



Daddy Mac


Kate’s World


Kate’s World, #2


Kate’s World, #3



Prawns a la Shen Hua. Tonight my wife and I decided to take the kids out for Chinese. Although she wanted to go to PF Changs we decided to go to Shen Hua instead in light of my last experience of being asked not to photograph at PF Chang’s (they don’t really want my money anyways).

If you haven’t tried Shen Hua in Berkeley (2914 College Ave., 510-883-1777) it is simply amazing Chinese food — by far the best in the East Bay. This picture is of my favorite dish there, Prawns a la Shen Hua, you must try it if you ever make your way to College Avenue in Berkeley.



Living, Breathing, Dancing Doll



Dancing Dolls



Clowning Around


Fear is a Man’s Best Friend



Eyes



Transamerica Building



Hills Brothers



Bay Bridge 2004



Night Passage



Grace Cathedral



We All Fall in Love Sometimes



Early, Early Morning Ferry



Bush



Peaceful Confusion



Trouble in Mind



Flower Child



Partial Facial Recognition Software Honey



Caviar

A Room With a View



Taken at the flowershop downtown in the new San Francisco Ferry Building.



Almost Famous



Seawolf



Street Car



Snow Peas



People 2



Cars Drive Fast



People



Not Half Right



Powell



Indemnify



Slow Down and Smell the Daisies


Perkins



Longing



Do Not Drink This Water



About a Girl



Shuttle



De Cecco



Lame Duck or How I Got to Memphis



Oakland, 2004



Grand Lake Theater

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25 Comments

  1. Anonymous says:

    Your pics are more than fantastic. I believe, though, that you shouldn t give a title to them that specifies their origin, because through the most of them, when I m not guided to a certain point of view, I recall my personal forgotten expiriences. I look DEEP IN the pictures and I can see beloved memories. Boundaries exist only between countries, not between reality and fantasy! Thanks!!

    P.S. Have you ever gone in Portugal during automn? Try it… and take that camera with you..

  2. Thomas Hawk says:

    Thanks, never been to Portugal but plan on getting there someday.

  3. Anonymous says:

    REaly nice ,emotional pics…i would say more to the pics…but my english is terrible….so greetz from europe

  4. Anonymous says:

    those pictures are amazing. You’re a really great photographer.

  5. Anonymous says:

    great eye! I feel the emotions in every shot. it’s soothing the way you capture each experience/motion/memory. It’s so human but yet so unreal too. . .like a dream that feels so real. I don’t know how to explain it. Just know, I find myself staring. . .and staring some more. It’s ART! Love it!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Hi Thomas.I stumble across your work while looking for image’s for a an animated movive I was making for one of my songs.I am a singer song writer.Anyway when I came across your page,I got distracted from what I was doing and spent an hour viewing your images.I am in the Uk btw.
    Your work is stunning and I added you to my favourites.Thankyou for sharing.Ah,I havent use any of your work but maybe in the future,would you grant me permission to use one of your images as a CD cover?….I would had your name and site.
    Marc. http://www.overplay.co.uk/Marcwells

  7. urbanbaig says:

    Hi Thomas,
    Your blog has become a guideline since i stumbled across it. I am an amteur & love doing urban photography. I love your style & am trying to train my eye to capture moments like you do.
    My question to you is this. I have a 5 MP Canon that i am currently using. Its not much as far as shutter speed is concerened. How ever you can play around with the IOS quite a bit. I want to try my hand at a manual (maybe an SLR) sort of camera. Which one do you propose i look into buying, how do i go about choosing a good camera for this sort of photography.
    Also what camera do you mostly use, or started out with twhen you did.

    Thanks

  8. ImIntoPhones says:

    Hi…just gonna say your pictures are awesome they look great on xanga & computer backgrounds!! You should frame & sell them! Very nice website =)

  9. Anonymous says:

    excellent pics fella, nice website, copied a few to look at on desktop at home.cheers, keep snapping.

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  23. Techokami says:

    Hello, you happen to have a fuller picture of that lame duck? All you show is the top half.

  24. ESTHER says:

    how can i get in contact with u?.

  25. ESTHER says:

    can you give me your number