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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

1467-New Orleans Cops

The cops in New Orleans are rough and many people in the French Quarter don’t like them. This is what they do to cop cars in the middle of the night. [...]

June 2, 2017 New Orleans, US Travel

1466-River Traffic – New Orleans, LA

Had to get our fix of New Orleans after too many years of being away. One of my favorite relaxing pastimes is to get a tall-boy beer in a paper bag and sit on a bench on the Mississippi River [...]

June 2, 2017 New Orleans, US Travel

1459-Poor Eat The Rich – Anacortes, WA

Every now and then strangers leave messages in unexpected places that leave a mark on your soul. I saw this prophetic message scratched in the wall of a porta-potty on the way to Anacortes, WA. It sadly rang true to me [...]

June 2, 2017 Seattle, US Travel

1458-Seattle Fish

Pike’s Market not only has flowers, but is best known for fish. I don’t know what these two were doing, but they seemed so sad I just needed to buy em and eat em. Okay, I didn’t – it was [...]

June 2, 2017 Seattle, US Travel