Glimpses of S. Pas.


As opposed to five short minutes?

As opposed to five short minutes?

I vacuumed my car at the gas station yesterday and noticed this sign on the machine. (I can’t wait to find out what you guys have to say about it…) Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Spring: Sprung

Spring: Sprung

Spring is like a perhaps hand(which comes carefullyout of Nowhere) arranginga window, into which people look (whilepeople starearranging and changing placingcarefully there a strangething and a known thing here) and changing everything carefully spring is like a perhapsHand in a window(carefully toand fro moving New andOld things, whilepeople stare carefullymoving a perhapsfraction of flower here […]

Basket Case

Basket Case

Look who I found leaning against the wall in the corner of the wine cellar… (Actually, the wine cellar happens to double as the laundry room, and this bunny awaits a spring cleaning because he seems to have gotten chocolate egg on his face.) Happy Easter, everyone! Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South […]

Closing Time

Closing Time

A lone car, an almost empty lot and a peachy-purple sky prompted me to scramble for my tripod before the light dissolved into black. I had gone to Orchard Hardware Supply for light bulbs and vacuum cleaner bags, but I ended up with inspiration. Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Peacock on the Roof

Peacock on the Roof

Just another day in South Pas. Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

Seeing Red

Seeing Red

Today is the first of the month, and that means it’s Theme Day for participating City Daily Photo bloggers. This month’s theme is Red — a color which so often tell us to stop, but that in this contrary sign encourages us to go. (Good advice for spring.) Be sure to check out all of […]

Luxe Life

Luxe Life

In 1904, a new residential development called Oaklawn was taking shape on the north side of South Pas. The wide, tree-lined streets and sweeping Arts and Crafts showcase homes called for a unifying design in the neighborhood’s lines of demarcation. The area was within walking distance to the famous Raymond Hotel — a stomping ground […]

Settings: Part 24

Settings: Part 24

There’s a story here. Maybe more than one. But don’t worry, I won’t ask my clever readers to concoct their own versions… Wait a minute, of course I will! (It’s what I do!) So… if this were the setting for a scene in a movie, what would happen here? Read the Full Story at Glimpses […]

Like the Wind

Like the Wind

Cyclists, vintage car enthusiasts (and photographers) aren’t the only ones who meander down the winding stretch of road along the Arroyo. Here, runners make the most of warm spring weather — and cast three lovely shadows in the late afternoon light. Looks like the tree wants to join in. Read the Full Story at Glimpses […]

In the Mean Time…

In the Mean Time…

Sometimes I turn a corner and it feels like I’ve turned a page of a jazz age novel. Like this one:“Don’t talk so much, old sport,” commanded Gatsby. “Play!” “IN THE MORNING, IN THE EVENING, AIN’T WE GOT FUN——” Read the Full Story at Glimpses of South Pasadena

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