Memory Monday, Week 71

Welcome back to Memory Monday after a two-week break! My next series features a collection of black and white prints dating from the late 1940s and early 1950s. My mom discovered these prints a few months back, and I organized them into a photo album for her. Most of the pictures were apparently shot by my dad while he was […]

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Cameras and Photographers

The theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Any kind of camera or photos of photographers. Go through your photo archives and see what photos you have that fits the current week’s challenge, or better yet grab your camera and take a new photo! ENJOY and have FUN. I went deep into my archives on this one! These photos […]

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Mexico Monday, Week 21

A couple of memories really stand out for me about our trips to Mexico in the early 1970s. One is that a different color and type of fabric was chosen for the dresses worn by the women of the team each summer. One year the color was a bright reddish-orange; another year it was lime green. These were not bought […]

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Old man and the sea

In my post last Saturday titled House of Sand and Fog, I described how I lost a bunch of images I had shot on our Wednesday afternoon at the coast. Well, I wasn’t the only one dealing with serious disappointment that day. The Big Guy, fishing with a brand new heavy surf rod and coping with pain from a torn rotator […]

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WPC: Temporary

The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of November 8, 2017. This week, show us something you appreciate despite — or even because of — its short shelf life. My temporary home during my brief vacation in San Francisco in August this year was The Dakota. The previous year I stayed in a hotel near Fisherman’s Wharf; it […]

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