Olvera Street, 10 0n 10

For my daughter’s anthropology class, she needed to go to a cultural enclave in LA and observe the sights and food.  She asked if Andy and I would like to join her and of course we said yes! If I had known college homework was so much fun, I would not have dropped out. We […]

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at the end of the day

I knew I wanted to get my 5pm for The Hours while away at June Lake. I had my Mamiya 645 loaded up with Fuji Reala and waited for 5pm.  My sweet husband was driving me to a spot I had seen the day before. There was one problem.  We were in a huge fight. […]

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5 on 5: October

This year seems to be flying by.   It is finally cooling off here in California.  It isn’t cold… but I can start pulling out my boots! Here are my five favorites from October. They are all film.  I sometimes wonder if I should sell my digital camera and buy more film. two are shots […]

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waste not

While out shooting with some friends, we fell into Nick Metropolis “The King of Collectable”.  Nick has been buying, selling, and renting collectable furniture for over 20 years.  While I was there, I got to meet him. He is a very kind man and full of personality.  His motto is, “Love is all there is.” […]

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reflecting light

I was recently given the opportunity to hear Ann Voskamp speak.  Her speaking voice is just as powerful and poetic as her writing voice.  She said many things that moved me that night, but one sentence really stood out to me.  You can’t force out the darkness — you can only reflect the Light — so more […]

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5 on 5: july

July was a peculiar month as far as photography goes.  On one hand, I was in a huge photography funk all month-long.  We would go on photo walk after photo walk and I would take one or two photos.  On the other hand, I was in my first gallery.  I know. There is a very […]

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