Sunday, March 30, 2008

Island Architecture, founded by former SF Bay Area Architect Nina LeBaron, is designing innovative custom homes in the San Juan Islands. She hired SF Bay Images to photograph some of her projects. Her works is unique, elegant, tasteful and very well thought out in terms of actual living.

Island Architecture Friday Harbor San Juan Islands Washington.
Island Architecture Friday Harbor, San Juan Island, WA, 98250
architecture design interiors
Nina Pellar LeBaron, AIA
Photography by:
Music by: Bjorn Lynne All Rights Reserved.

Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Makohead Marine Production Sample

Makohead Marine Production Sample - Makohead Marine Image Stabilizer Sample - Makohead Marine Image Stabilizer Sample

Marine Production Hand-held Gyro Samples - Dahls Porpoise Marine Production Services - Handheld gyro stabilized Full HD HDV footage captured in the Gulf of the Farallones. The footage produced employing gryo handheld stablizers is usually pretty good for many production uses. For documentaries, commerical and film projects, a makohead stabilizer or other system is definitely preferable. See our other samples.

 We can capture for you anything marine from nature to sailboats to tankers and lighthouses. Extensive Sea Experience. Extensive Production Experience.

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Blue Angels Air Show Video - Fleetweek San Francisco Bay 2008 Schedule

2008 Blue Angels Fleetweek Schedule:

 Thursday October 9, 2008


Blue Angels Survey Flights

Friday October 10, 2008

Blue Angels

Saturday October 11, 2008

Blue Angels

Friday, March 14, 2008

Gitana 13" Makes Sailing History A French crew of ten made sailing history traveling 14,500 miles from New York to San Francisco on February 28th, 2008. The boat was captained by Lionel Lemonchois and went by way of Cape Horn. The weather was rough at Cape Horn and the vessel had to take shelter for 5 days.

"Gitana 13" is a 110 foot Catamaran whose speed can reach up to 43 knots. They hit light winds on the last leg entering the mouth of the San Francisco Bay. Even in light winds they passed under the Golden Gate Bridge at 10 to 14 knots.

The finish line is between Alcatraz Lighthouse and Coit Tower. The oldest record of this route was the famous passage of the "Flying Cloud" in 1854 with the time of 89 days and 8 hours. The passage was dubbed "Route D'Or" for the California Gold Rush. In 1998 "Aquitainne Innovations", another French vessel, broke that record making the time of 57 days and 3 hours.

The "Gitana 13" will makes its next stop in Tokyo on its way around the world.

Photoboat provided by Captain Paul Dines SF BAY ADVENTURES

Music by Bjorne Lynne

Photography by Sandra Cannon

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