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Christmas Charisma

Christmas Charisma

Your local Christmas curmudgeon got her veneer cracked the other day. Donna Chaney invited me to a Women’s City Club luncheon, and I don’t like to miss a chance to spend time with a good friend like Donna. Nor do I like to miss a chance to visit the historic Blinn House, the Club’s home […]

Entropy, 3

Entropy, 3

I promised to reveal the location of our mystery mansion today. As I said in comments (somewhere in the last two days) it’s smack dab in Pasadena. Smack dab. The address is 386 W. Green Street. You don’t notice it from Green because a plain wall faces the street. There’s a parking lot behind the […]

Entropy, 2

Entropy, 2

Here’s the flip side of yesterday’s photo. Those small black spots are bees, swarming around their hive. Feel free to name this place in the comments if you know it. If it doesn’t come up today I’ll do the big reveal tomorrow. Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

Entropy, 1

Entropy, 1

Whenever we have a free day, John and I like to explore. You start out with a vague plan and it always, always changes. That’s the beauty of it. On Thanksgiving day we discovered a place I had never noticed before. You may have seen it, but in my six years in Pasadena I had […]

Pasadena Proud

Pasadena Proud

Last week’s wind storm was the kind of thing you can’t prepare for–at least not in a specific way. The people who run a city’s infrastructure can’t sit down and say, “What are we going to do in the case of gale force winds that knock down hundreds of giant trees, downing power lines, blocking […]

Learning to See

Learning to See

I want to show you a couple more pictures I took during Ibarionex Perello’s workshop. (I’m proud of this one.) When you arrive at the workshop, which begins at Memorial Park and takes you trekking through Old Town, you’ll be greeted by Ibarionex, his wife Cynthia, and probably a few of their friends. With smiles. […]

Zen Monday: #173

Zen Monday: #173

Happy Zen Monday. Please give us your Zen in the comments. FYI, East of Allen did a better job with this photographic concept. There’s more than one way to make this point, skin this cat, beat this dead horse. Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

Chasing the Light

Chasing the Light

As I write I’m very sleepy, so just this: Saturday I took the Digital Camera Bootcamp I told you about with Ibarionex Perello, pro photographer and gifted teacher. I’ll tell you more Tuesday but I couldn’t wait to say at least this much: there’s one more workshop this year that isn’t already full and it’s […]

Chainsaw Gang

Chainsaw Gang

They came They sawed They conquered. We were released from captivity on the block yesterday when a team of CDCR Prisoners came with chainsaws. CDCR, for those who don’t click the link, stands for California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. You’ve gotta know these guys are the ones for which Correction and Rehabilitation are working, […]

Winter Wonderland, Pasadena Style

Winter Wonderland, Pasadena Style

“You’re not going to work today,” I heard my neighbor say when Boz and I stepped out of the house early this morning. Usually Boz and I are alone for the a.m. perimeter check, not because we’re the earliest risers but because our neighbors are up and and gone by the time we get out […]

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