Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘photography’


Claudia & Suzanne Visit the Huntington

Claudia & Suzanne Visit the Huntington

Two Sequoyah School parents we know, Claudia Bailey and artist Suzanne O’Shea, went on separate occasions for an outing at the Huntington. We hope you feast on their pictures and plan your next visit! Huntington Library & Botanical Gardens 1151 Oxford Rd., San Marino 91108 Hours: Wednesday-Monday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission: $23-$25, adults; $10-$21, seniors […]

Psychedelic Joshua Tree

Psychedelic Joshua Tree

We dig these manipulated photos from a recent trip to Joshua Tree by LAUSD teacher Akil Grant and his family. Thank you, Akil, for allowing us to share them.   Feeling an urge to camp? Find more details here… Joshua Tree National Park, 74485 National Park Dr., Twentynine Palms, CA 92277-3597. Ph: 1.760.367.5500. NPS.gov/jotr.         […]

D. Dalton Visits the Arboretum

D. Dalton Visits the Arboretum

We are grateful to Debbie Dalton from Walking Pasadena for allowing us to share her lovely, fun, and remarkable photos from a visit last weekend to the LA Arboretum.   LA County Arboretum & Botanic Garden, 301 N. Baldwin Ave., Arcadia 91107. Hours: Open daily, 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Admission: $9, adults; $6, seniors and students; […]

Everything’s Blooming

Everything’s Blooming

Our mother is the type of gardner who’s not particularly interested in gardening. She loves flowers, she enjoys a well-designed yard, yet she’d prefer to plant some things, maybe throw a few seeds and let nature take it’s course. She did receive some design guidance for her front yard, but in the backyard? One never […]

In a World of Wisteria

In a World of Wisteria

Fabaceae (Leguminosae). Wisteria. Along with SoCal’s jacaranda, wisteria is a divine purple power flower. Wisterias climb by twining their stems either clockwise or counterclockwise round any available support. They can climb as high as 66 ft. above the ground and spread out 33 ft. laterally. The world’s largest known wisteria is in Sierra Madre, California, measuring […]

Looking Up, Looking Down, Looking…

Looking Up, Looking Down, Looking…

A night sky in Pasadena. A Water Company hole cover. A friend’s installation. We’ve got Altadena artist Kate Carvellas, snapping pics as she looks at the world.                       More photos by Kate: “Through a Carvellas Eye.”   ~~~     Kate Carvellas, in her own […]

Andalucia Mosaic

Andalucia Mosaic

  It seems we don’t patron Vroman’s enough, or perhaps our eyes are already into our book as we walk to the car, because we hadn’t seen this mural before. It’s on the Vroman’s side of new The Andalusia complex. With studio, 1-bedroom, and 2-bedroom apartments, rents range from $2,015 for a studio to $4,043 (for a 2-bedroom, […]

Poppy Super BOOM

Poppy Super BOOM

We are grateful to Ralph DeFelice of DayTripsLA for more stunning photography. Ralph and his kids found a “poppy super BOOM,” as he calls it, in Walker Canyon, Lake Elsinore. This year’s California poppy boom may be found about 62+ miles south of us, down along the I-15 between Alberhill and Lake Elsinore. Though the […]

Land Really Is the Best Art—Andy Warhol

Land Really Is the Best Art—Andy Warhol

Ralph DeFelice of Day Trips LA hasn’t written up a whole trip rundown, but they’re good teases—to get off our duff and chomp around out in this big, wide, beautiful world… —or as Andy Warhol put it,   “Land really is the best art.”       Death Valley National Park…     Just 45 […]

The Weather ‘Round Here!

The Weather ‘Round Here!

This has been such a wet, soggy, blustery, shivery winter—after it had gotten to a point we thought perhaps we’d never experience another one—that some people we know are pining for the drought. But on our drive up the 101 to San Francisco several weekends ago, the rolling hills, vast fields, and endless vineyards, even under a […]

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