BayCon’s coming up this weekend, Friday through Sunday in Santa Clara, California. This year’s theme is Women of Wonder…and the people who love and appreciate them. Normally BayCon is four days; this year it’s three due to a hotel snafu. The con starts earlier on Friday (10 am) than usual and runs late on Sunday, […]
Rick and I went to go see this charming production of Gilbert and Sullivan’s last operetta yesterday. Neither of us had ever seen it staged before, though we’d both heard the music. Love, intrigue, and comedy are in the air in London in 1515! Sweet Phoebe Meryll loves Colonel Fairfax; Fairfax is utterly oblivious. Assistant […]
Near our house is a bar called The Dutch Goose. They serve dinner late, have deeply-carved tables and peanut shells on the floor. It’s awesome. I love their burgers.
For the past 70 years, Fulton Street in Palo Alto has had an annual holiday light display. Rick and I walked the street for the first time, and I got a few shots I’m happy with.
Had never been aboard an aircraft carrier before, nor a ship built primarily by women. Some nice Apollo history, too.
Every year on the anniversary (or close to it) of the first lighting, the fresnel lens at the Pigeon Point lighthouse is lit for a couple of hours. Hundreds, if not thousands, of people come to visit.
We spent an entirely too-long day on Sawyer Camp Trail. Photo taken with my GF1 and a 50mm Olympus OM f/3.5 macro lens. Hand-held, worked like a champ.