I had just returned my rental car at SFO and was approaching the 3 story escalator that extends from the first floor car rental center to the top level where the “air trains” take passengers to the airport. I turned and took care stepping onto the long moving device. I hate navigating escalators with a suitcase. As I was getting… Continue reading
Omid Asadi, an artist from Iran (so, naturally, he has to be a terrorist or something) carefully cuts fallen, dried leaves into weapons of mass des…—oh, I mean: amazing miniaturized works of art!
Source: Neatorama post By: John Frarrier
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I’m late! I know. But, you see, we have had a very thick marine layer for weeks and weeks! I haven’t been able to even see the sky—until this week.
And, Fall is in the angle of the light.
I love it!
I rejoice in it!
It’s my favorite season!
I find something about Fall deeply satisfying. It nurtures my… Continue reading
When I first moved to California, I was amazed at the very unique smell of the plant life, very dank, pungent and earthy. At the moment, I’m in Atlanta for the weekend. The smell of Fall is in the air, and it’s completely different from California—the smell of the leaves.
Last night I had dinner at The Colonnade, which still… Continue reading
I love many things about fall: the shorter days, the nip in the air, the angle of the sunlight, and the fact that the beach returns to the locals after Labor Day weekend.
This afternoon featured a gorgeous sunset with a heavy fog layer down by Santa Monica and Malibu. (You can’t really make out the fog in this picture… Continue reading