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May the Best Rattlesnake Win

May the Best Rattlesnake Win

photo by Michael Schwartz For the second day in a row I’m posting a photo taken by someone else. Call me a slacker, I don’t care. When the photos are this remarkable, you can call me whatever you want to. Many thanks to Michael Schwartz for this one. You know Michael–he and his family are [...]

At the Entrance to Plato’s Cave

At the Entrance to Plato’s Cave

In or out? What a quandary. Photo by John Sandel Read the Full Story at Pasadena Daily Photo

Primal Exposure

Primal Exposure

Someone found a snakeskin at Hahamongna Watershed Park and staked it out on a bench. It’s an odd thrill to come across this primitive display in the 21st century. I don’t know what kind of snake it came from. We’ve come across king snakes as well as rattlesnakes at Hahamongna. Rattlers are more common so [...]

Zen Monday: #109

Zen Monday: #109

Zen Monday has arrived! It’s the day you experience the photo and give us your thoughts rather than me telling you what I think the photo’s about. I look for a photo worth contemplating or, failing that, something odd or silly. And unless I absolutely must say something I stay out of the comments box [...]

Ptooey

Ptooey

So I’m looking at this photo of the fountain at the Huntington Gardens. Lovely fountain, right? Pretty garden, nice statue, blah blah. It’s so idyllic, any second now a unicorn will come along and nibble the grass. But something bugs me. A question: do fish spit? Fortunately I have at my fingertips a marvelous tool [...]

Clipping

Clipping

If you want a sneak preview of this year’s UCLA Bruins football team, today’s your day. You’re going to have to go to West Los Angeles to see it, though, at Drake Stadium on the UCLA Campus. The Bruins will be back in Pasadena at the Rose Bowl beginning September 11th. But this photo’s not [...]

Boz Kerouac

Boz Kerouac

Boz and I need a road trip and I don’t see it happening soon enough. Boz languished around the house yesterday, dying for some action. He didn’t believe me when I told him it was too hot to go out, so to prove it I took him for a brief walk in the mid day. [...]

Oh, Stop

Oh, Stop

This photo was just the type to mess with, so I did. I saturated the colors, fooled around with the contrast and tried it in black & white. I antiqued it, faded it, turned it into a negative and freaked it out with psychedelics. When at last I had the look I wanted I compared [...]

Mansion Adena

Mansion Adena

Walk north from Orange Grove Blvd. along Garfield Avenue and for the first few blocks you won’t be impressed. Let me rephrase that. You might be impressed, but your impression will be of an area not so much downtrodden as disinterested. Nothing awful, nothing particularly fine. A few small houses, an apartment building of no [...]

The Women’s Room

The Women’s Room

It’s not fancy. But to some people it’s the closest thing to home they’ve got.  I think if I were homeless I’d be afraid all the time. Tired, too. And I’d do what I could to find my way to the safety of The Women’s Room at the Friends In Deed House, 444 E. Washington [...]

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