Monday, April 21, 2008

Portico

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Down the path

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Done

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Wild Flowers Sown

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Diana's Roost

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Citadel Front

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Too bad nothing Grows Here...

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The trench

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Yo Quero Taco Bell?

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Air Boofer
























The Boofer does her "black cloud" immitation from LOST by elevating 8 inches straight up.
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Moon considers...
























Sadie levitates.
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Questioning the wisdom...





















Except little Yoda:

"Very much weedage ...HMnnnn...hard too see..."
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Hard at it...Mac is on shovel and camera

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In Charge
























I'm with the Cat on this one..that large black thing is like the Cloud from LOST.
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The Master & Commander



















Missy surveys the project.
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Monday, April 14, 2008

Giants Day in April
















Moon, Cammie and her Build a Bear (dog) at the Giants vs. St. Louis game.







An easy day except on the wallet. After my first divorce it was 5 bucks to Park at Candlestick and 2 bucks to get into the bleachers. Of course the crowd was sparse, but that is becoming more of a reality this year than any other in recent Giants history.

Saturday it was $30 bucks just to park. The next time we take the Ferry from Larkspur or park in the Upper Sunset and take the Muni to the Park.

But I had subtle revenge coming into the park with multiple packs, ready for anything. Plenty of food and two bags of Giants-branded peanuts from Safeway (Thank you Mr. Magowen) that would have each cost as much as tickets inside the ballpark.

Unleashed Daughter with the digital and she managed, without any provocation, to capture the best story of the day (Cain;s 7 innings of brilliance being the other...before the Giants fell apart like an old Volkswagen at 250 mph). It was Steve Bowker's first day in the majors, and as many famous Giants players have done in the past he was the star...going 2 for 2 with a home run in the middle of a pitcher's duel.

The savvy Giants crown, knowing the history applauded loudly and long after the single (a dead giveaway...who does that for just any single?); then demanded a curtain call from the young man after the homer.

Here is the sequence as shot by Camille:

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Monday, November 26, 2007

FourthStreetStudio in Berkeley with Cam
















Gail Machlis' work on display at the 4th Street Studio and Gallery.


Great work at this studio/gallery down in the revitalized fish market area in Berkeley. Walking distance from Spengers. Cammie and I both liked the whimsical nature of Gail Machlis' work. Fun...well done and very affordable (even for originals).
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Sunday, November 25, 2007

Opening

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Proud Dad















I am so proud of Camille and how she conducts herself. She is courteous, engaging and self-confident (without being arrogant...just spirited). She easily engages adults and is a keen observer.
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Presents

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