“Beach Friends” iPad Folio Case

Photograph of Carmel Beach, along the California Central Coast, of people sitting in a circle sharing food and drinks. Photography by Lorrie Morrison.

 

DODOcase for iPad 2/3

Designed to protect your iPad and preserve the craft of bookbinding, the DODOcase gives your digital device the timeless look of a hardcover book while providing security and protection. Features include a black Moroccan cloth exterior, a strength-tested, eco-friendly bamboo tray and a custom interior liner designed by you! A true classic inspired by the artist journals of years gone by, each case is made in San Francisco using traditional bookbinding techniques to ensure a high quality product that looks great for years.

A Jewel on the Horizon by Lorrie Morrison

I photographed this scenic view one year along the coast of Pismo Beach, California.

Oahu Island the Gathering Place

The beautiful Hawaiian island of Oahu is featured in this scenic landscape photography year 2010 calendar by Lorrie Morrison. It makes an excellent gift.

Moonstone Beach Poster

A sunset, through the Cypress trees, at Moonstone Beach in Cambria, California along the coastline.

Kualoa Beach in Oahu

Kualoa Beach Park by Lorrie Morrison

Kualoa Beach Park by Lorrie Morrison

Kualoa Beach Park in Oahu, Hawaii. This area was considered sacred by the ancient Hawaiians as whalebones used to wash up on the beach. Now it is frequently used as a filming location for scenes in the tv show “Lost”, and many other film scenes, such as some for the movie  “Jurassic Park”.

Splashing Cannery Row in Monterey California!

 “A Cannery Row Autumn” ~ photographic print by Lorrie Morrison

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This is a small section of the coastline along Cannery Row in Monterey, California. This is the area that was made popular by the famous writer John Steinbeck. You may know some of his books called “The Grapes of Wrath” and “Cannery Row”. This area is where captains of ships would stop on their way to San Francisco, one of the many areas where a mission was placed by Father Serra. Many people from other countries laboriously worked in the canneries and sardine  factories along the Cannery Row.

 

It was full of colorful characters in those days… and still is for that matter! The canneries are still there standing empty. Most were made into restaurants or hotels where many tourists are attracted to eat and stay. Farther down the road is Fisherman’s Wharf where all the fish were caught and brought in for the canneries. But those were days long ago.

 

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