Archive for Photos
Some photos here in Laramie, around the campus. I love shooting flowers, and that’s been off my radar for a while.
A few photos of our adventures here in darkest Wyoming.
My offspring continues to explore the digital medium.
Some photos old cars in various states of distress, taken this past weekend. I love these dying beasts. (more…)
Driving up Judson Street near where I was staying, I saw something unusual on the edge of the campus of City College of San Francisco — a pair of leaping whales in a rubbled lot. (more…)
Another photo from last night’s visit to the beach: (more…)
Passed this on SE Hawthorne yesterday after getting my hair done. I didn’t have my usual camera with me, so these are phone cam only, sadly. Still, pretty darned funky, both the paint job and the grafted-on 1950s detail elements.
To anyone who is a dad, has a dad, or ever had a dad, Happy Father’s Day.
(Photos by lillypond, a/k/a my sister.)
No work on Green yesterday. Several people close to me were having very hard days, and it kind of spilled over. I’ll be at the Fireside today, so I expect to recapture the lost ground there.
the_child‘s last day of school is coming up Wednesday, which will change the complexion of evenings around Nuevo Rancho Lake. Especially this time of year, when it doesn’t get dark until after 9 pm — she tends to stay up later than me.
In other news, seventorches has posted some photos of JayCon VIII to Flickr. So has the_flea_king, here. See also his recent photo sets of his trip to Oregon, including some awesome portraits of Saturday market entertainers and attendees here.
Day Jobbe is cranking up early today, but watch for a link salad soon.
This afternoon Mother of the Child took Pas de Chat, her cat of 23 years (that is not a typo) to the vet to be put to sleep. After about four years of kitty Alzheimer’s and growing completely deaf, Pas de Chat’s quality of life had dropped precipitously over the past few weeks, with no food or water intake for the past several days.
I went to say good-bye (I’ve known Pas de Chat since 1992) and found myself in tears. I suppose death and dying has become a far more immediate and personal topic than it used to be for me. Mother of the Child and the_child will have a Buddhist ceremony later in the back yard.
Pas de Chat’s final portrait, just before they headed out the door…
I finally am getting some of the photos from my camera uploaded. These were taken variously by lasirenadolce and the_child, and possibly a few other folks. Also, in my earlier post I failed to mention the bid for JayCon IX to be held in Wilsonville, OR, advanced by mme_publisher. In the spirit of openness, I welcome JayCon bid parties at other conventions and gatherings.