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1484-Street People

We live at the beach in South Orange County, CA where there is a small homeless population. One of their own left this monument to a friend. I thought it was a rather moving testament. [...]

June 10, 2017 California, Crazy Stuff

1476-Peterson Auto Museum – Los Angeles, CA

The Peterson Auto Museum In Los Angeles is one of the finest collections of historical automobiles in the world. Every few months they have a special feature collection. My visit featured the cars of Bugatti. Other smaller collections included cars [...]

June 3, 2017 Southern California, US Travel

1475-Bugatti – Peterson Auto Museum

This month at the Peterson Auto Museum in Los Angeles the history of Bugatti automobile was presented in the main showrooms. Every historical model that the Bugatti family designed was on display along with the latest models including the $3 [...]

June 3, 2017 California, Southern California, US Travel

1474-Cars of the Future – Peterson Auto Museum

Cars of the future – I’m game. These iconic cars at the Peterson Auto Museum in Los Angeles represent auto designer’s dreams of the future as well as back to the future. From cars from the fifties to the latest [...]

June 3, 2017 Southern California, US Travel

1473-Cruisers – Peterson Auto Museum

No car museum would be complete with a a low-rider and cruiser collection. These types of cars are common place on the roads of Southern California, but this small collection in the Peter Auto Museum is pristine and almost saintly. [...]

June 2, 2017 Southern California, US Travel

1472-Silver Room – Peterson Auto Museum

One of the special rooms at the Peterson Auto Museum in Los Angeles is called the Silver Room. Apply named since every car is painted the same silver color. Check it out. [...]

June 2, 2017 California, Southern California, US Travel

1471-Brother Leo – St. Amant, LA

Janine’s brother Leo died unexpectedly a couple of years ago. She was his only relative and had to spend months in Louisiana closing out his affairs, disposing of all his stuff. Leo lived in the bayou half way between New [...]

June 2, 2017 US Travel

1470-Colors of New Orleans

New Orleans is cornucopia of color and it’s what makes the city one of my favorite places to visit. The contrasts of color, shape and texture enhances the adventure for a photographer. Click on the link below for a gallery [...]

June 2, 2017 New Orleans, US Travel

1469-Musicians – New Orleans, LA

All music began in New Orleans as one writer put it many years ago. The training sessions all begin in the street and eventually migrate to the speakeasies and dive bars. Some very talented musicians make a decent living working [...]

June 2, 2017 New Orleans, US Travel

1468-M. C. Escher Elevator – New Orleans, LA

Had to visit my favorite Escher escalator in the mall in the French Quarter. I stood and watched it for over half an hour as Janine was shopping. It’s mesmerizing if you let it take you away. [...]

June 2, 2017 New Orleans, US Travel