Glimpses of S. Pas.


Threshold

Threshold
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The ee cummings-worthy sign on the door, as nebulous as it is descriptive, is just one of the reasons I love this place. (And no, there’s no men’s entrance. This is it.) It’s on Fair Oaks in the middle of town, not far from the more zen-like sanctuary of Mission Street Yoga. Sure, kundalini energy […]

Caption this photo… (#18)

Caption this photo… (#18)

I’m counting on you dear readers … to become great caption writers. Whatcha got? Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Fall Foliage, South Pas Style

Fall Foliage, South Pas Style

I am fairy certain this is not what author Judith A. Lindberg had in mind when she wrote: A tangerine and russet cascadeOf kaleidoscopic leavesCreates a tapestry of autumn magicUpon the emerald carpet of fading summer. Nevertheless, bougainvillea and hibiscus thrive in the extreme heat of recent weather. (As you can see, the colors of […]

Keep Clear

Keep Clear

When the warning lights flashed at the intersection I cut the engine, adjusted the camera settings, opened the sun roof and used the top of the car for an impromptu tripod. (It was a lucky shot.) Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Auto Pilot

Auto Pilot

South Pas certainly has a lot of vintage cars, but yesterday Mission Street was literally bumper to bumper with them. The 5th annual Cruz’n for Roses Hot Rod and Classic Car Show filled up the old section of Route 66 with hundreds of gas-guzzling works of art. The yearly festival promotes South Pasadena’s Rose Parade […]

Observed

Observed

Unexpected sweetness from a dirty car window… Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Or maybe they just always wanted a second story bedroom…

Or maybe they just always wanted a second story bedroom…

This is turning into a series… So, the accountant/endocrinologist from yesterday’s post must have a grandmother who lives across town in this house. And maybe the story goes something like this: For years Grandpa must have wondered why Granny was so distant, so unreachable … until he found the box on the top shelf of […]

In the Swing of Things

In the Swing of Things

Hmmmm. I just can’t help but speculate on the backstory here. Dig this: Perhaps the homeowner always wanted a tree swing when he was a boy but his parents never let him have one. So he vowed that when he had little ones of his own he would give them everything he never had. But […]

When the city sleeps…

When the city sleeps…

As I was adjusting the camera settings and setting up my tripod to shoot an isolated night image of the Station Lofts, I heard the faint but unmistakable sound of Green Day’s Boulevard of Broken Dreams playing somewhere nearby. Then, this guy walked into the shot. Nice touch, serendipity! Go to Glimpses of South Pasadena

Settings: Part 16

Settings: Part 16

Oh, be careful now my little noir babies… I’ve been traipsing around after reasonable bedtimes, capturing shadowy possibilities and twinkly lights on cracked pavement that is so very like the broken dreams of those who just might be lurking in the darkness. Who are they? What are they doing there? Are they just figments of […]

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