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Elmer Ayala
Attended Azusa Pacific University (APU)
Lives in Oakland, CA
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"We're all a little weird.
And life is a little weird.
And when we find someone whose weirdness is compatible with ours, we join up with them and fall into mutually satisfying weirdness
— and call it love
— true love."
#Love     #Weird       #Gif  
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15 LEGIT ways to celebrate Pi Day: http://www.geeksugar.com/34357088

(p.s. #HappyPiDay!) #piday  
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Great Reco, +Brian Hyman!
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Great times at New Relic's FutureStack 14 #DataNerds   #BeActionable  
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+70,00 students reached
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I love that we're able to fund teachers directly - the latest was funding all the classroom requests for the entire LA School District on DonorsChoose.  More to come....?  
Google is at it again now by funding Los Angeles schools. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced today that Internet search giant Google has fully fund
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SBSC offers one complimentary whale watching trip to any reunited school
aged child with their left behind parent just north of LA. Call me
directly for details. (802)Hillman
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Yep, you read that headline right.
Credit goes to a new and younger generation of Americans that will transform the world through ideas that empower the forgotten and marginalized members of our society.
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After three-and-a-half months of coding lessons, a homeless New York City man named Leo Grand launched a mobile phone app called "Trees for Cars."
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A River Runs Through It

I made a late night run out to The Island last night once I heard that the new San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge was open to traffic ahead of schedule. I wasn't the only one with that idea - there were a lot of others out there shooting and I ran into +Toby Harriman  for a bit.

It was good to see this finally opened and I can't wait to venture out on the foot path to shoot from mid-span!

Camera Body:    #Canon 5D mkII w/ +Magic Lantern  
Lens: Canon 24-70mm f2.8L
Focal Length: 35mm
Shutter Speed: 10 seconds
Aperture: f7.1
ISO: 200
Exposure: Bracketed shot - 7 captures, 1 stop apart
Support: Tripod
Processing: +Adobe Photoshop Lightroom   5 and +Adobe Photoshop  CS5.5

© Joe Ercoli, 2013  :-)

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Education
  • Azusa Pacific University (APU)
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November 16
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Continually reducing dross.

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Currently
Oakland, CA
Previously
Antelope Valley, CA - Wichita Falls, Texas - Mildenhall, Suffolk, United Kingdom - Terceira Island, Azores, Portugal - San Jose, CA - Los Angeles, CA
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This is not the place to go for dinner but definitely the right place if you have an itch to wear your dancing shoes (Fridays after 9 or 10). But don't worry, dancers of all levels are welcome since the dance floor is big enough to accommodate a good group of merengueros and salseros! Cigar options are plentiful too, so set aside an entire evening to visit this North Beach house of fun.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Was lucky enough to visit the O'Keefe exhibit earlier this year and this is museum going at its finest (helped by the fact that the SF MoMa is closed for the next two years so options are currently slim). Only giving it four stars since at $25 a pop for admission, this place isn't exactly a bargain. Make time to visit the Japanese Tea Garden next door and also be sure to go up to the viewing floor for unmatched views of the Presidio and Golden Gate Park.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Probably the best choice for a rum bar in SF! Tip: certain drinks include a take home tiki cup, but the asterisk next to the drinks indicating as much are sorta hard to see downstairs. Three floors of rummy mayhem await you and your crew. But be sure to turn your GPS on since there are no pirate signs out front!
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Hard to beat Henry's for lunch if you work closeby. Daily lunch specials keep your tab under ten bucks, while having enough to take back with you to the office for a mid-afternoon snack. You can expect everything made to order, which means that if your'e in a large group, plates might not be served at the same time. Beware of the office crowds that descend upon Henry's a few minutes before noon.
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reviewed 9 months ago
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Pixar in concert! One of my most memorable nights during my four years in San Francisco, this place is SICK! Acoustically, Davies Hall is rich, well thought out and ensures every seat is like sitting in the orchestra pit. Parking is easy after six pm, but keep your eyes peeled since you are technically TL-adjacent.
Public - 9 months ago
reviewed 9 months ago
Swanky but not stuffy (unlike most wine bars north of Market). I ordered a South American red wine flight and recommend any of their flights since they seem to be carefully curated. Anytime there is a large conference in town (near Moscone), expect this place to be busier than usual but even so, still worth a table downstairs.
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reviewed 9 months ago
A much better option than the more expensive Dim Sum spots in downtown, this place accommodates team outings well (four or more). I personally enjoyed the chicken feet, pork & shrimp dumplings and the spare ribs. Beat the lunch rush and make it in before noon.
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