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Seed Bombs

Seed Bombs

I love new. It’s good for the brain to introduce it to new. This was new to me. Even though the concept of seed bombing came in with the concept of guerilla gardening in the 1970’s, it held but a vague spot in my memory until I encountered this seed bomb gumball machine outside the […]

Sweet History

Sweet History

Our fair city was incorporated in 1876. That means this year is Pasadena’s 125th birthday. The big birthday bash is this Saturday, June 11th, at the Pasadena Museum of History. Last year, for the 124th, we had a cake in the shape of City Hall made by the students at the Le Cordon Bleu College […]

Boz, 13 or so

Boz, 13 or so

Today marks the 8th anniversary of the day John and I brought Boz home from the shelter. We think of it as his birthday. Which birthday, we’re not sure. A good guess would be 12 or 13. Like any old guy, Boz enjoys simple pleasures. He likes to warm himself on the scratchy grass in […]

jb

jb

Ordinarily I wouldn’t post a blurry photo, but I don’t want you to miss meeting jb from Mainz Daily Photo. Being part of the San Gabriel Valley blogging community has brought me myriad blessings. Being part of the City Daily Photo community expands those blessings around the globe. I’ve made virtual friendships with bloggers worldwide. […]

Zen Monday: #149

Zen Monday: #149

Zen Monday is the day you experience the photo and give us your thoughts rather than me telling you what the photo’s about. You might want to click on this one to enlarge it. Then make a comment. Say what comes to mind. For further Monday Zen, feel free to read and comment on my […]

Arroyo Kenpo

Arroyo Kenpo

I’ve seen many artists working in the Arroyo Seco, but this is the first time I’ve seen martial artists. When I came across Juan Serrano (that’s him on the right) and his pupil Clayton practicing, um, judo? karate? tai chi?–I thought, why not? You’re not going to find a more beautiful place to work. It […]

Gut Yontiff

Gut Yontiff

John and I had just finished a late dinner last night when there came a knocking at our door. Magazine salesmen. I’d seen them in the neighborhood earlier and I wasn’t going to answer. But do magazine salesmen giggle? I opened the door. Four pretty girls stood in a row on our front porch, dressed […]

Bathe R Doggie

Bathe R Doggie

Some people would like to wait even longer between baths than they already do, but some people run in the Arroyo and roll in unspeakable things until they stink to high heaven so as unfortunate as it may appear and as pitiful as they may look, some people are finally forced to bathe, as cruel […]

Alliance Frankaise

Alliance Frankaise

The official address of the Alliance Francaise de Pasadena is 34 E. Union Street. (Pardon my lack of cedille on the c in “Francaise,” but Blogger freaks out when I try to insert such things. There should also be an accent aigu on that first e in cedille, but…) Anyway, the entrance is not on […]

Theme Day: Under Construction

Theme Day: Under Construction

A few years ago, the eyesore at the corner of Washington and El Molino was a problem liquor store that plagued the neighborhood. This photo is almost exactly two years old. Now, thanks to Joel Bryant and Trademark Development Group, it’s about to become the Classics at Washington Park, a group of eight craftsman-inspired townhomes. […]

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