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Zen Monday: #143

Zen Monday: #143

Is it Zen Monday again? Why, yes it is. Zen Monday is the day you experience the photo and tell us what you’ve learned. Is this your first Zen Monday? Just say what the picture makes you think of or how it makes you feel. It might be helpful to click on the photo to […]

My Church

My Church

It could be in the mountains, too–or the desert, or lost in the woods. It’s a big place. Have a nice holiday, whatever you choose to do. Heads up for those who follow the Hahamongna happenings: A special meeting of the Hahamongna Watershed Park Advisory Committee will be held on Tuesday, April 26th at 6PM at […]

April 23rd

April 23rd

It’s Shakespeare’s birthday. I thought I should say “Happy Birthday, Will!” seeing as we–okay, I–so ill-used him on the blog merely a week ago. It’s also St. George’s Day in the United Kingdom. From what I understand it’s not exactly a big deal on that precious stone set in the silver sea, but it makes […]

Impasse

Impasse

I walked out onto the Colorado Street Bridge yesterday to see a memorial. I had driven by earlier and seen flowers and balloons, so I went back on foot. Knowing someone had jumped from the bridge on April 12th, I thought it might be a tribute for him. But now I don’t know. Near where […]

Sweet

Sweet

My life was profoundly changed when a friend brought me a bag of the famous Sea Salt Caramels from the Little Flower Candy Company. You may already know you can find an amazing variety of candies there. But did you also know you can sit inside the charming shop and sip a cup of coffee […]

The Gamble House

The Gamble House

photo of the Gamble House pond by John Sandel Oh, gush gush gush. After nearly six years of Pasadena living, John and I finally visited a Pasadena icon–thanks to the generous invitation of the Public Relations Manager at the Gamble House. We loved it. Our tour was so interesting I want to go back again […]

Here, Right Here

Here, Right Here

L.A. CO. F.D. Camp 2To our brothers Art Ruezga and Chris Hermanwho will always live inour hearts and never be forgottenAugust 20th 1993 Two firefighters died in the Glen Allen Fire on August 20th, 1993, in the steep canyon beneath the Altadena Crest Trail. Their colleagues are quoted in this LA Times article from 1993. […]

Zen Monday: #142

Zen Monday: #142

It’s the day you experience the photo and share in the comments what you’ve learned. We call it Zen Monday. Is this your first Zen Monday? Tell us what comes to mind–what the photo makes you think of or how it makes you feel. It might be helpful to click on the photo to enlarge […]

Unjust

Unjust

I think today will be our final test of the translation software at the pirating website, Just Pocket Camera. If you’re reading this post there, it was stolen from http://pasadenadailyphoto.blogspot.com/. Come on over and see the post in its original form! After today, I’ll update you when I hear news about the legal proceedings. If […]

Apologies to Lewis Carroll, and to Boz…

Apologies to Lewis Carroll, and to Boz…

…but no apologies to Just Pocket Camera. (explanation after the poem) JABBERWOCKY by Lewis Carroll (from Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There, 1872)   `Twas brillig, and the slithy toves  Did gyre and gimble in the wabe:All mimsy were the borogoves,  And the mome raths outgrabe. “Beware the Jabberwock, my son!  The jaws that bite, the claws […]

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