Named after his wife's favorite word, "Simplicity", Aaron even captured his wife's favorite insect, the butterfly. We believe this is a Monarch butterfly which is very common along California's coastline.
Pillars of La Jolla that remind us where we live is special. The colors in the sky are that of summer.
Graceland was photographed in early 2016 just after a major El Niño storm event in La Jolla, California. You can see 3 major iconic areas in this image, the cave, Scripps Pier and Black's Beach.
Painted Sky was photographed overlooking The Children's Pool in La Jolla, California. This sunset was one of the most amazing of a string of brilliant sunsets that graced our coastline during this year.
La Jolla Love was photographed in early 2016 during a large winter swell that hit the area. Aaron managed to capture this wave beautifully back-lit by the sun. This wave is the essence of every surfer's dream wave.
Celestial Falls was photographed by Aaron Goulding at Yosemite Falls on a crisp cool evening just after the area received a power outage. Aaron waited patiently in sub freezing temperatures in complete darkness for over 2 hours to generate this one image. Fearful of Bears and coyotes Aaron retreated back to his lodging just before the power came back on.
SUNDANCE was photographed by Aaron Goulding on a crisp stormy eve during a spectacular sunset on the coast of one of La Jolla's most iconic beaches, Windansea.
aron Goulding photographed this image on 01-07-16 overlooking The Famous Cave in La Jolla Cove located in San Diego, California. It's a rare sight to see a rainbow over The Cave, it's even more rare to see a full rainbow over The Cave and one almost never sees a double rainbow over The Cave!
Loggerhead turtles are quite common in Indonesia. This one is swimming in the Deep Blue!
Sunrise in La Jolla.