Monthly Archives: September 2012
It is 5:30 P.M. as I post this photo; it is 97 degrees. This just isn’t right. There is no sign of fall here in the Central Valley of Northern California, and it may take a while to get here. The photo … Continue reading
Our local theater and art center was having an open house. Cartoons were being run throughout the afternoon to allow people to come in to the theater part of the building, and cool off for a while. The small theater … Continue reading
I was out on the prowl yesterday evening, I always am for photos these days. This is a preview for the Harvest Moon scheduled for Sunday night. We’re almost there.
Petals pursing their lips Looking at their sisters It’s all gone to their hips
I was out shooting photos of a barn down the road yesterday evening, when I realized I was being watched. She was very curious about the person across the road walking up and down taking photos It was love at first sight on … Continue reading
City life was a great respite for the weekend, and now I’m back to the country. If I wasn’t working full time, I could probably photograph a different barn every day out here in the area I live in. It has … Continue reading
I found this sconce in a corner of the hotel we stayed at this weekend, in a very obscure corner. It made its presence known to me as I walked by. Do you ever have that experience? Walking along, and … Continue reading
We just spent a wonderfully relaxing weekend at the Claremont Hotel in Berkeley, California, to celebrate our anniversary. The hotel is high on a hill with surrounding views of Oakland and San Francisco across the bay. The sunsets each evening were … Continue reading
How fitting that day 300 in this project should coincide with today’s autumnal equinox. I wanted a special photo for the day, and found it outside Rockwall Winery in Alameda today. We sat outside on the deck of the winery, with weather … Continue reading
I was walking through the lobby of a hotel this afternoon and saw this woman playing the piano. She seemed completely into her music, as if she was alone in the room.