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People Watching in South Pasadena

People Watching in South Pasadena

by Laurie Allee There are a lot of friendly faces in South Pasadena.  Here are a few of my favorite ones… Join me this week as I continue to highlight favorite images from Glimpses of South Pasadena‘s (first) 10 years! Want to leave a comment?  Click on the Community tab at the top of the […]

People Watching in South Pasadena

People Watching in South Pasadena

by Laurie Allee There are a lot of friendly faces in South Pasadena.  Here are a few of my favorite ones… Join me this week as I continue to highlight favorite images from Glimpses of South Pasadena‘s (first) 10 years! Want to leave a comment?  Click on the Community tab at the top of the […]

Feeling Groovy

Feeling Groovy

by Laurie Allee It’s hard to pick favorites of all the South Pas folks I’ve shot in the last 10 years!  This image, however, makes it into the top few. I’m continuing this week with fave shots as Glimpses of South Pasadena approaches its 10th birthday.  Join me! Want to say hi or leave a […]

Favorite South Pasadena Shots (6)

Favorite South Pasadena Shots (6)

Glimpses of South Pasadena will turn 10 years old in a few days!  Join me this week as I continue to celebrate some of the people and places that have inspired me over the years. Here, I go back to 2011 and a display of pure joy on the face of one of my daughter’s […]

then leaf subsides to leaf

then leaf subsides to leaf

By Laurie Allee Nature’s first green is gold,Her hardest hue to hold.Her early leaf’s a flower;But only so an hour.Then leaf subsides to leaf.So Eden sank to grief,So dawn goes down to day.Nothing gold can stay.–Robert FrostHave something poetic to add?  Go to the Community tab at the top of the blog whenever you feel […]

then leaf subsides to leaf

then leaf subsides to leaf

By Laurie Allee Nature’s first green is gold,Her hardest hue to hold.Her early leaf’s a flower;But only so an hour.Then leaf subsides to leaf.So Eden sank to grief,So dawn goes down to day.Nothing gold can stay.–Robert FrostHave something poetic to add?  Go to the Community tab at the top of the blog whenever you feel […]

Favorite South Pasadena Shots (5)

Favorite South Pasadena Shots (5)

As I look toward Glimpses of South Pasadena‘s 10th anniversary next week, I’ve been featuring some favorite shots and narrative posts from over the years.  Some of my favorite photos are not my best technical ones.  Street photography is funny that way.  Plus, it’s too hard for me to be objective — and photography is […]

Favorite Glimpses of South Pasadena Posts (4)

Favorite Glimpses of South Pasadena Posts (4)

by Laurie Allee In the early morning of December 7, 1941, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. Within hours they had also attacked the U.S. forces stationed in the Philippine Islands. Five days later, the South Pasadena Review reported that Lieut. Henry G. Lee of South Pasadena was safe in Manila. Henry was a member of the 31st US Infantry […]

Favorite Glimpses of South Pasadena Posts (4)

Favorite Glimpses of South Pasadena Posts (4)

by Laurie Allee In the early morning of December 7, 1941, the Japanese bombed Pearl Harbor. Within hours they had also attacked the U.S. forces stationed in the Philippine Islands. Five days later, the South Pasadena Review reported that Lieut. Henry G. Lee of South Pasadena was safe in Manila. Henry was a member of the 31st US Infantry […]

Favorite South Pasadena Shots (4)…by the Details

Favorite South Pasadena Shots (4)…by the Details

It’s the little things! Want to leave a comment? Click the Community tab at the top of the blog anytime you want to start a conversation.   Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

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Flintridge Books

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Louis Jane Studios

Homage Pasadena

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