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Wiggle Waggle Walk

Wiggle Waggle Walk

Here’s an action-packed sporting event involving three happy dogs who don’t have a care in the world, thanks to owners who love and care for them. That’s Sprocket on the left, Jerry in the middle and Boz on the right. John and I adopted Boz a little over six years ago and he’s been enhancing [...]

Big Thoughts

Big Thoughts

There’s a new baby in the neighborhood. Rhea got to hold him one day last week. I think it put her in a pensive mood. John caught this shot with his iPhone. I wonder what Rhea was thinking. Maybe she was contemplating life’s passages. She started kindergarten this week. Go to Pasadena Daily Photo

Fyre Guard

Fyre Guard

Fyre Guard doesn’t have much of a web presence so I can’t tell you any more about the business than what we see in the photo. The place was closed when I took the picture and there wasn’t anyone to ask. Still, I love the look of the place. Click on the picture to enlarge [...]

Acronymious

Acronymious

Who needs Hollywood? All that beating of one’s head against Hollywood’s brick wall is unnecessary when our very own KPAS has a green screen (aka Chroma key) studio. (If you don’t know what it is and you’d rather not read the Wikipedia article, just click here for a quick visual to give you an idea [...]

Zen Monday: #63

Zen Monday: #63

Zen Monday is the day you experience the photo and give us your thoughts rather than me telling you what the photo’s about. I look for something worth thinking about or, failing that, at least something odd. As I post each new Zen Monday photo, I’ll add a label to last week’s to identify it [...]

Untitled 1969-2009

Untitled 1969-2009

“This major work, Untitled 1969/2009, takes the form of skywriting that will say, with Nauman’s classic mischievous humor, ‘Leave the Land Alone.’” I read that publicity phrase before yesterday’s art installation but didn’t understand it. How is “leave the land alone” funny or mischievous, let alone classy? But I went to the La Loma Bridge [...]

Looking Up

Looking Up

You recognize this, don’t you? I think what I’ll do here is make a link for those who don’t know what it is. Some folks are so familiar with it they don’t need a link. Either they’re looking at the picture saying, “Don’t tell me, don’t tell me!” or it’s a complete no-brainer. It’s not [...]

Mourning

Mourning

My friend took me out for coffee and a sandwich yesterday. We both feel like we’re mourning for the landscape. It’s going to take a while to learn to live with the changes wrought by the Station Fire. Bad things happen and sometimes they’re so bad you can’t get over them. But you learn to [...]

Symmetrical

Symmetrical

Here’s my favorite loading dock in Pasadena. Now there’s a sentence you don’t hear every day. Go to Pasadena Daily Photo

Somewhere There is Always Beauty

Somewhere There is Always Beauty

To those who participated in yesterday’s rant, thanks for helping me get it off my chest. Everyone gets angry sometimes and there are healthy ways to express anger other than defacing property or burning things down. The Station Fire symbolizes too much loss in too short a time. Boz and I took a walk today. [...]

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