Those of us who are lucky enough to live in Santa Cruz are no strangers to natural beauty. However, our familiarity with this luxury can lead to a lack of appreciation and respect for the environment we get to be a part of. I wanted to take a closer look at the animals around the campus and city of Santa Cruz.
Something smells fishy in this week's edition of TWIP. City on a Hill photographer Molly Solomon checked out the Honolulu Fish Auction while on spring break in Hawaii and took her camera along. Click here to dive into This Week in Photos.
City on a Hill Press photographers offer a glimpse into the beautiful scenes that they encountered during spring break. From the Port of San Francisco to the islands of Hawaii, each photographer shares some of the most memorable moments of their travels.
The UC Board of Regents convened on Wednesday, March 16 to discuss how the University of California will address another half-billion dollar drop in state funding from Governor Brown's proposed budget.
From the dense, monarch-laden eucalyptus trees to the rocky shoreline blanketed with barnacles and tide pools, Natural Bridges State Park’s pristine macrocosm captured my attention as my camera captured the images for hours.
This week in Through Our Lens, photographer Ryan Tuttle covers Florida-based rock band Boyce Avenue in San Francisco.
Friday night, I hitched a ride with a friend to San Francisco. I was looking forward to starting early and traveling light to see as much of the city as possible. I brought just one shoulder bag carrying my camera, two lenses and a notebook. I wanted to capture the city through the experiences of individuals.
This week in photos, Photo Editor Isaac Miller looks at interesting Santa Cruz houses with unique architecture, and processes them using High Dynamic Range. This digital tool creates a surrealistic effect, translating the photographer's perception of these buildings onto the page.
In this week's Through our Lens, Morgan Grana takes us on a journey through Yosemite National Park during the chilly winter season.
Nestled among the redwoods above Kresge College lies a hidden Santa Cruz gem. The UC Santa Cruz trailer park is an oasis that stands...