Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘flowers’

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Purple Flower Week

Purple Flower Week
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  Mel Soriano is a member of Walking Pasadena. For him this past week, during his walks and leading up to Easter Sunday, was all about purple flowers…                       Mel Soriano owns a database, web, and mobile app development company (Eriscorp.com) and is an active […]

Flower Buds & Silk Floss

Flower Buds & Silk Floss

Artist Ulla Anobile is a creator and an observer. She observes as she walks her neighborhood and she’s kindly allowed us to share more of her photos… Photo, right: “Muru the Cat lounges on my patio railing on a very hot August day. Taken 8/13 2015.” A friend of Ulla’s comments on this flower (below), […]

Fragrant Dogbane

Fragrant Dogbane

It lures in prey with one of the loveliest of elements—a sweet fragrance. Only once the prey has done the deed do they realize they’ve been duped. Frangipani or plumeria, a genus in the dogbane family, has flowers that are most fragrant at night. This is to attract the sphinx moth in order to be […]

M. D.’s Florist Comes to South Pas

M. D.’s Florist Comes to South Pas

It’s small and cozy, traditional and also reflective of our California flora. M. D.’s Florist, which has had a home in Arcadia for some time has recently opened a second location in South Pasadena. And it’s right next to Cookies & Cream—ice cream sandwiches with housemade cookies (chocolate chip and red velvet) and specialty ice […]

All Around Us

All Around Us

This week’s Home & Garden focuses on the beautiful cacti, plants, and flowers that we see while walking our neighborhoods…                                                     Take pictures? Plants, architecture, people, events, still life, landscapes? […]

It’s Spring!…Isn’t It?

It’s Spring!…Isn’t It?

Today, our sister in New Hampshire—where the estimated snow accumulation is 48 inches—had to shovel her snow banks because they’re too high. After clearing an older relative’s driveway, which she’s done repeatedly these past weeks, she came home to shovel the snowbanks, to bring ’em down a notch in anticipation of another storm. She was […]

A Pasadena Rose

A Pasadena Rose

A picture of Pasadena’s signature flower, the rose, taken in the early  morning after the recent rainfall.               The full-frame image… ~~~   Janice will be exhibiting some of her numerous photographs at Euro Pane on Sunday, December 7th. This holiday exhibition and sale includes photographs by Janice Corsino […]

Need a Spare?

Need a Spare?

Various sights seen while running errands, going to meetings, completing jury duty…           Lots of cranes, road closures, and building going on around town…here is intersection of El Molino Avenue and Green Street…   At El Molino Avenue and Ardmore Road, a big puff ball of a tree…       […]

Magnificent & Messy

Magnificent & Messy

Look down the lane as you drive or look up while on a stroll and you’ll see massive umbrellas of grouped panicles, flowering purple-blue. It’s magnificent. If you look down, you’ll see a dusting—along the street, across the sidewalk, on green lawns—of fallen blossoms. Some see a magical carpet, some see a mess. It’s spring and […]

Walk & Shoot

Walk & Shoot

Sometimes walking and taking snaps while not paying excessive attention leads to enjoyable surprises, especially after downloading and “playing” with comp and con and cali.                                        

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