It's rare to get a sincere snow here. By sincere I mean, the kind where you wake up in the morning, look out your window and are treated to a completely different landscape. Everything changes. So to close out 2011, here's to a nice snowy winter. . .Read More
Finally, the complete edit. I can't believe how long it's taken to pull this together. I'm sure, by now, Caroline is at least knee-deep in planning the next Love Hangover. Enough talk. Here's the pictures. Looking forward to next year—and even getting the pictures posted up before the end of February.
I'm donating two prints to Appetite 4 Art this year. If you aren't familiar with Appetite 4 Art you should check it out and consider attending (or even donating something to the auction). It's a great event benefiting a great organization: Boys & Girls Clubs.Read More
2010 Cooke Street Carnival was a good time. A good time indeed.Read More
Took a look. And I grabbed the GF1 and away we go. Got what I needed, but, like a kid, I had to go look at the trains.Read More
For forty years our neighborhood, Brentwood, has displayed luminarias on Christmas Eve. For the entire time we've lived here, the Brentwood Exchange Club has taken on the task of raising the money, securing donations and the logistics of that morning. Brentwood is not a small neighborhood so this is no trivial matter. This year though they announced that atrophying membership meant they'd be unable to pull it off this year. With word of that, the neighborhood association (led by Sean Kosofsky) pulled together to keep the tradition going. In what has to be a record amount of time (less then two months) everything came together this morning and all the bags, sand and candles are in place.
These are photos from this morning's assembly and distribution.