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Spare

It’s really a spare structure… concrete and steel. Little in the way of ornamentation. It just happens to sit across a scenic gap between points of land in Northern California. It is worth a visit if you can spare some … Continue reading

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Landscape

It’s no April Fool’s Joke when Cheri Lucas Rowlands lays down a landscape photo challenge. Cheri has even provided some helpful hints on getting it right. Laying out a landscape photo is not as easy as it looks. I know. … Continue reading

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Half-Light

The half-light signals when day loses its battle with night. Twilight, the blue hour, takes over from the golden hour when the Sun dips below the horizon. It’s the moment when your mind lets you feel the cool night air … Continue reading

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Dance

“Pow… Pow” So ended the dance routine of my then three-year-old daughter who was dressed in a cute cowgirl outfit. She danced on until she was about 15 with that school which meant we spent many Memorial Day weekends at … Continue reading

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One Love

A Friday diversion into the definition of: One Love: refers to the universal love and respect expressed by all people for all people, regardless of race, creed, or color.  —The Urban Dictionary A couple of years ago I ventured out … Continue reading

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Ut Oh

Here in the San Francisco Bay Area the labor market has gotten off to a slow start in 2016. Well, actually, it’s just continuing the year-end 2015 trend: DOWNWARD. See updated San Francisco Bay Area employment stats here. Is the … Continue reading

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Are Old Home Prices Coming Back?

Skip the year-over-year price trend and look at the median home price data over the past month, three months and six months. Not a lot going on here with prices slowly trending flat to downward. Only San Francisco shows much … Continue reading

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State of Mind

Ben Huberman laid down the weekly photo challenge. Show a photo that reflects your state of mind. While on my way home from an assignment in San Francisco yesterday I stopped at one of my favorite places to hang out … Continue reading

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Seasons

I’m wearing dark clothes today. The weekly photo challenge from Jen Hooks asked for a representation of a season or a season of life. If you look at my post from earlier this week you will see a good representation … Continue reading

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Photo Challenge: Time

My high school Latin teacher would walk around the room during a test and whisper “tempus fugit” to remind us that time is fleeing or time flies. Time: it’s the one thing you can’t get more of. Life is motion. … Continue reading

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