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Work Song

Work Song

I had the car windows rolled down on yet another mild January afternoon. While I waited for a light to change at Huntington and Fair Oaks I heard one of these men singing. It was something lovely. Melodious. And I wondered … what’s that poem? That one about the workers singing? It was this one: […]

Low Tech

Low Tech

Who needs a high definition flat screen when you can just sit along the Arroyo at sunset? Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Fantasyland

Fantasyland

Reason #1025 Why People Dream of Moving to Southern California: to drive a vintage car with the top down on a January afternoon… Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Still Life with Robot

Still Life with Robot

Blame it on after-holiday chores(or on the two glasses of wine with dinner) but your faithful blogger was caught unprepared for today’s post. It’s not that I have a lack of photographs to share. I have shots of fascinating businesses on Mission! I have shots of beautiful Craftsman homes! I have enough shots of snowy […]

Winter Morning

Winter Morning

Derivative? Sure. But isn’t it beautiful? Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Juxtaposition

Juxtaposition

When does it happen? When do we stop skipping through life and start muddling through it? I had forgotten about this summer shot from the Farmers Market but I remember exactly why I grabbed my camera at that moment. This image is a good reminder. So often I’m exactly like the serious woman … but […]

No Valet

No Valet

I couldn’t resist returning to this noirish spot for a study in black and white. I can imagine Orson Welles lurking behind one of those brick columns… Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Spare Changes

Spare Changes

Today is not only New Years Day, but Theme Day for participating City Daily Photo bloggers. This month’s theme is Changes. My house was built in 1900. The windows here have provided a view of many changes over the years. Outside these windows carriages gave way to cars, saplings grew to heritage trees and a […]

Year End Oracle

Year End Oracle

It’s the last day of the year, and that means more than just icing the champagne and tuning in to watch the Times Square ball drop… It means there is still time to make a 2009 tax-deductible contribution to a worthy cause! Two of my favorite charities really need help: KivaThis group has made microfinance […]

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