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Water… Summer!

Water… Summer!
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From tide pools to shipwrecks, from surfing to coastal cliffs; it’s summertime—which means head for the beach! Ralph DeFelice is creator of the blog Day Trips LA, where he shares what he sees and learns while walking, climbing, trekking with his kids, immersed in nature—one adventure at a time. Excerpt from Day Trips LA, below… I’m a […]

Colors Divine

Colors Divine

  Karol Franks. Karol Franks Photography. No more need be said. Enjoy.                         View more photography by Karol Franks in Hometown Pasadena’s Photo Op: “Iconic Pasadena” “Winter to Spring” “Karol Franks Photography” “Waters Here & There” “Temecula Balloon Festival” “Lavender Festival” “Colored Skies, Public Art […]

Karol Franks: Iconic Pasadena

Karol Franks: Iconic Pasadena

  Karol Franks sees the world anew every day. Luckily, she captures and shares what she sees… so we can enjoy, revel, marvel, and smile. Here is some of our most classic, historical, and iconic architecture, declaring to all the world, “This is Pasadena!”                 View more photography by Karol Franks in […]

Purple Flower Week

Purple Flower Week

  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 […]

Karol Franks: Winter to Spring

Karol Franks: Winter to Spring

  Karol Franks is the creative eye of Karol Franks Photography. Her photographs are soulful and reflective, as well as ebullient and lighthearted. Peruse her Instagram photos here, and her photographs may be purchased as prints or on tote bags, stationery, stickers, and clothing at Red Bubble. Karol is a longtime volunteer and photographer for […]

Patti Wells McMillan

Patti Wells McMillan

We are quite happy that Patti Wells McMillan has been enthusiastic about sharing her photos. Have you enjoyed her love of cars? If you missed it, take a look at “Strike of Lightning.” This time, we’ve perused Patti’s volume of images and selected what struck our fancy. Hope you fancy them as well…   Copyright […]

Strike of Lightning

Strike of Lightning

Strike of Lightning by Patricia Wells McMillan Like a strike of lightning – zap! cars, colours, people, architecture: what’s going on around me, makes me very excited HAVE to take that shot, Love to experiment and just see what happens. Life is short, so what the hell. My motto is Just have fun. Throwing “scared” […]

Art of the City Wall: Mixed Message

Art of the City Wall: Mixed Message

As a quick intro, there are four things to know about Bill Wishner: —He is 74 years old. —Though retired from his medical practice, Dr. Wishner is still a professor of medicine at the Keck School of Medicine at USC “helping to teach medical ethics.”¹ —For thirty years his focus was photography, primarily on-stage portraits […]

Daguerreotype to iPhone: Snapshot vs. Art

Daguerreotype to iPhone: Snapshot vs. Art

About three lifetimes ago, in the fall of 1985, I drained my accounts and packed up my bags. I was twenty-three years old and on no particular career path, so I quit my job at Pickles Delicatessen in Rowayton, Connecticut and headed west. For a few weeks I visited friends who had transplanted to Los […]

Mo Cee’s the Doo Dah

Mo Cee’s the Doo Dah

As we were not able to attend, we are doubly grateful to Mo Cee of Lyd & Mo Photography for his photos of the 2015 Doo Dah Parade. This year, along with the motorized cupcakes and couch potatoes, there were quite a few environmentally, socially, and politically conscious entrants. Enjoy…           […]

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