Today is the one-year anniversary of my last flight. Took this on the way back from an appearance at @rootstechofficial in #saltlakecity that day. I average 250k miles a year normally, but the odd thing is I haven’t missed it that much. However, I’ve had my second shot, so @united will probably see me soon! @cntrforcreativephoto #utah ...

I ❤️ my neighborhood #heart and soul! #gregoryain #love @cntrforcreativephoto #marvista ...

This morning as the full moon set behind the #santamonicapier using the @canonusa #eosr5 with the 100-500mm lens at 500. #canonusa @cntrforcreativephoto #pigeons ...

Finally, the Kennerly-branded item you’ve all been waiting for—the Nixon Farewell mask! This image is dutifully reproduced from my contact sheet of Nixon boarding his chopper on the South Lawn of the White House, August 9, 1974 after resigning the presidency, the first and last to ever do so. Whether you liked him or not, he will definitely help you avoid Covid-19. #zazzle @cntrforcreativephoto ...

A #mosque and palm shadows in #culvercity @cntrforcreativephoto #blackandwhite ...

My yearly hommage to Joe Rosenthal who took this photo 76 years ago today (this image from a print made from the original negative) of U.S. Marines raising the flag above Mount Surabachi on Iwo Jima. This picture is one for the ages and an inspiration to all of we news photographers who came after him. I wrote about Joe, who died in 2006 at 95, in a WWII magazine, and gave a eulogy at his memorial service. One of my thoughts was, “This image will ring through the ages alongside the work of Mozart and Rembrandt and Hemingway. Joe captured the heart and soul of what it means to be a Marine in a picture embodying the essence of Americans. His photo is the symbol of freedom, and the man who took it, a son of immigrants, represents us all.” I loved the guy, he was a modest and wonderful man. His most prized possession was not his famous photo, but a letter from the Commandant of the Marine Corps hanging on his spare apartment wall in San Francisco naming him an honorary Marine. You were the best of the best Joe, and your photo is still the greatest. @pulitzerprizes #iwojima @cntrforcreativephoto #usmarines #usmc #americanflag #hero ...

Kobe on an L.A. wall today. #kobebryant #losangeles #lakers #ripkobe @cntrforcreativephoto ...

First Lady Betty Ford and I taken by Eddie Adams in the Cabinet Room at the White House Jan. 19, 1977, the day before the Ford’s turned the place over to Jimmy Carter. Mrs. Ford was a truly heroic person, and positively affected the lives of countless women. @sfbpanda @cntrforcreativephoto #bettyford ...

Hammock in the hood. Yesterday in #marvista #gregoryain home @cntrforcreativephoto ...

Colorful moment in #fresno ten years ago today. #hipstamatic #color @cntrforcreativephoto ...

Ansel Adams would have been 119 today. I took this of him behind the wheel of his caddy in Carmel in 1979 when he was a young 77! I'm so pleased that my archive has joined Ansel's at @cntrforcreativephoto Ansel was always one of my favorite photographers and people. #anseladams @anseladams ...

There goes @vp motorcade on the 405 in Los Angeles. My first roadblock of the new administration! VP Harris is in town with her husband to pack up some things for their new residence @jackimages @cntrforcreativephoto ...

Late afternoon in the hood #marvista #gregoryain #architecture @cntrforcreativephoto ...

My pal Tom Rickman at his 70th birthday party eleven years ago. Tom was a brilliant screenwriter, writing among other things, Coal Miner's Daughter (Academy Award nom), Hooper, Tuesdays with Morrie, and Truman. But most of all he was a brilliant and beloved friend. He passed away Sept. 3, 2018, and is truly missed by all of us who loved him. ...

Walking the #dogs — View from my window this morning in #marvista @cntrforcreativephoto ...

Oakland at sunset, eight years ago. @cntrforcreativephoto ...

Flower and flare. My backyard. #marvista @cntrforcreativephoto ...

He’s baaaack. ...

President Ronal Reagan was born on this day 110 years ago in 1911. Took this of him and Mrs. Reagan as they boarded Air Force one at Point Magu NAS in California. @cntrforcreativephoto #politics #ronaldreagan ...

Skippy in the morning light. @cntrforcreativephoto #peanutbutter ...