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Amazing Beef Short Ribs at Bistro 60

July 22nd, 2019 Comments off

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Amazing Beef Short Ribs at Bistro 60

Amazing Beef Short Ribs at Bistro 60

We visited my sister in Palm Springs this weekend, and she took us to this amazing place out at Trilogy. Since it is the summer, the place was empty and we got personalized attention as well as this wonderful food. All of us kept commenting on the food well into the evening.

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The Getty Digital Archive Expands to 135,000 Free Images: Download High Resolution Scans of Paintings, Sculptures, Photographs & Much Much More via Open Culture

July 5th, 2019 Comments off
While I had posted about this in the past, it looks as if the Getty has expanded their online offerings even further. This is one of the best uses for the Internet — expanding access to physical objects to those who can’t visit the geographic locations where they exist. I know that not everyone lives “down the hill” from the Getty Center like I do and yet can still see these amazing works of art. — Douglas
 
 
A collection first gathered for private investment and consumption (sometimes under a cloud of scandal) has expanded into galleries that millions pass through every year; a Conservation Institute dedicated to preserving the world’s art; and a Research Institute proclaiming a social mission: a devotion to expanding “our knowledge of the history of art, of all countries, of all languages,” according to its director Thomas Gaehtgens, who also says, “a society without art cannot really survive.”

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Ridgeline Silhouette, Arroyo Seco by Douglas E. Welch [For Sale]

June 18th, 2019 Comments off

Lighting at Helms Bakery Design Center, Culver City, California via Instagram

May 8th, 2019 Comments off

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Lighting at Helms Bakery Design Center, Culver City, California

Lighting at Helms Bakery Design Center, Culver City, California via Instagram

Capture this during an event at this amazing, repurposed, location in Culver City which used to be the Helms Bakery back in the day. Now it is filled with a variety of design companies showing off their latest creations. 

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My Los Angeles 80 – Along Ventura Boulevard via Instagram

May 7th, 2019 Comments off

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My Los Angeles 80 – Along Ventura Boulevard 

My Los Angeles 80 - Along Ventura Boulevard via Instagram

Walking to an appointment I looked up as I waited at a crosswalk and caught this quintessential Los Angeles scene — blue sky, sharp sun, palm trees and architecture. 


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My Los Angeles 79 – Airplane Over Little Tokyo via Instagram

May 1st, 2019 Comments off

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My Los Angeles 79 – Airplane Over Little Tokyo

My Los Angeles 79 - Airplane Over Little Tokyo via Instagram

@gogojosephw and I stopped by Little Tokyo to pick up some of our favorite groceries the other day in the way home from Cal Poly Pomona. 
I turned around and saw this scene and automatically took a picture. There was something about being someplace unique and different while also seeing a plane take folks new and different places that made me stop and think for a moment. This is one of those photos that you have to grab quickly or the moment is gone. 


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NEW DESIGN! – A Ladybug Sleeps — Get This Lovely Ladybug on Floor Pillows, Totes, Phone Cases And More! [For Sale]

May 1st, 2019 Comments off

Doing my husbandly duty recording @drrosannewelch Presenting her Talk – The Sisterhood of Science Fiction via Instagram

April 29th, 2019 Comments off

Scene from the Cal Poly Pomona Japanese Garden – A Minute in Los Angeles 17 [Video]

April 28th, 2019 Comments off

Scene from the Cal Poly Pomona Japanese Garden – A Minute in Los Angeles 17

Scene from the Cal Poly Pomona Japanese Garden - A Minute in Los Angeles 17

 

A minute with the koi in the Cal Poly.Pomona Japanese Garden.


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Architectural Abstract via Instagram

April 26th, 2019 Comments off

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Architectural Abstract

Architectural Abstract via Instagram

Another black and white architectural study capture out and about in Los Angeles. 

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