Glimpses of S. Pas.


Taijitu Revisited

Taijitu Revisited
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Duality fascinates me. I love the way two seemingly incongruous things can exist together in a kind of light/dark, up/down symbiosis. Just think about how boring life would be if we only had the angel on one shoulder demanding that we mind our manners and eat our vegetables. Without that little devil on the other […]

Welcome to South Pasadena

Welcome to South Pasadena

Welcome! You’ve found my little virtual front porch. For over four years, I posted a photo every day from South Pasadena — Los Angeles’ little town in the big city.  If you look through the archives you will find my daily musings, a few rants, a lot of history, some interesting little details and several […]

My New Blog is Launching this Month!

My New Blog is Launching this Month!

I’m getting back to my blogging roots with a brand, spanking new blog called LA: Other.  Yes, I’m venturing beyond my beloved South Pasadena borders and into the wide, wild rest of the city of angels.  I hope you will join me as I incorporate videos into my usual still photography, commentary and stories. I’ve […]

So Many Things to See in Only 3 Square Miles…

So Many Things to See in Only 3 Square Miles…

Here are just a few of my glimpses of South Pasadena.  Please see the post below for more information about this blog. Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Freeway Noir: 7

Freeway Noir: 7

It wasn’t the darkness that was so terrifying.  It was everything that she could see in the light. This wraps up Freeway Noir Week, folks.  Thanks for letting me share a series of shots taken from the passenger seat of a car while driving bumper to bumper home on the 110 freeway.  This coming week? […]

Freeway Noir: 6

Freeway Noir: 6

“I don’t want to go in there,” She said when she saw the tunnel. She had a habit of biting her lip when she was scared about something.  She was biting it it now.   It made him want to speed the car just to startle her.  He wanted to drive right up to the edge […]

Freeway Noir: 5

Freeway Noir: 5

The hotel gleamed like platinum in spite all those dirty windows. She’d been fooled by flash before.  It was shiny, sure.  But it wasn’t clean. I’m dipping my toes into the dark side with Freeway Noir Week — a series of monochrome shots taken out of the car window while stuck in traffic on the […]

Freeway Noir: 4

Freeway Noir: 4

Nothing in this place was truly civilized.  Even the palm trees stood like wild sentries threatening to attack all who approached the concrete jungle. Freeway Noir Week continues.  Share my shots taken while stuck in traffic on the 110.   Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Freeway Noir: 3

Freeway Noir: 3

With all of the infernal sunshine in this town, there are bound to be shadows.  A lot of shadows. Join me this week for Freeway Noir: a series shot from the 110 Freeway.   Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Freeway Noir: 2

Freeway Noir: 2

In a cityscape turned ghostly by dusk, painted faces stared from an almost-empty parking structure.  She was a long way from home… Join me for Freeway Noir this week:  a series of shots taken while stuck in traffic on the 110.(Do I have to mention this again?  I shot all pictures from the passenger seat, […]

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