Glimpses of S. Pas.


Walking Down the Avenue…

Walking Down the Avenue…

Summer’s long days bring such wonderful shadows. There’s not much to say about this cool shadow scene from the Farmer’s Market. So, I’ll just let a couple of guys sing, instead. Go to Glimpses of South Pasadena

Good Things: Small Packages

Good Things: Small Packages

For a teeny tiny, itsy bitsy, widdle biddie horsie … this one has the spirit of a Triple Crown winner. At least that’s the way it seemed to my daughter and me when we recently stopped by San Pascual Stables to watch the riders. (I think the instructor was pleased with what she saw in […]

Arroyo Seco Golf Course

Arroyo Seco Golf Course

What can you do when your child whines, “I’m booooooooored” this summer? Forget video games or high def movies, take her back in time for an afternoon. While The Arroyo Seco Golf Course is better known for its 18 holes of par 3 golf, it also boasts a cool 9 holes of mini golf right […]

Sweet Nothings

Sweet Nothings

Romance was literally in the air when I recently captured this sunset image. Can’t you see it there, dusting the sky and mountains with a sentimental shade of pink? It begs for a proper love poem: i love you much(most beautiful darling) more than anyone on the earth and ilike you better than everything in […]

Picking up the Scent…

Picking up the Scent…

On a recent walk through Garfield Park, I practically tripped over two little girls scampering out from under the branches of one of the many hibiscus bushes. “Did you know that fairies live inside these flowers?” One of the girls said. The other giggled. “Well, I have heard the rumor” I said. “But I’ve never […]

Form and Function

Form and Function

Ironically, I had just dropped my cell phone when I looked down and noticed this relic from our country’s wired past. You can find early to mid 20th Century Bell System manhole covers like this almost everywhere in the United States — but isn’t it beautiful? Go to Glimpses of South Pasadena

In the place where the tree falleth…

In the place where the tree falleth…

The late afternoon always creates a lot of drama across the front of Grace Brethren Church on Fremont Avenue. The lower the sun sets … the bigger the palm tree shadow grows until it dwarfs those beautiful stained glass windows. I wonder what the sanctuary looks like inside with that dark giant crossing the panes, […]

Shape Shifting

Shape Shifting

This prime example of San Gabriel Valley topiary always catches my eye. I can’t quite figure out what is happening with that front downward sloping hedge. Do you think the curving shapes here were intentional, or did a gardener simply slip with the electric trimmers one day and decide to make it an installation? Go […]

Caption this photo… (#14)

Caption this photo… (#14)

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Rooting Around

Rooting Around

South Pasadena’s many heritage trees are almost as famous as the Craftsman houses. While Southern California is noted for its palm trees — and South Pas is home to quite a few of them — many other gorgeous specimens tangle up our local landscape. Streets are lined with towering camphors, oaks, sycamores, maples and pines. […]

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