Just Around This Corner …

Another shot from a night walk from late last year. This restaurant is near my apartment complex and its warm glow really complements the city of San Diego behind it, off across the Big Bay. I don't go out much at night, but when I do, I'm often rewarded with some great photos (if I... Continue Reading →

November 2021 Books …

December already? WTF?! Here's what I read in the fondly-remembered month of November. Gated Prey by Lee GoldbergThis is the latest (third) book in Goldberg’s Eve Ronin series and is definitely the weakest of the three. I think Ronin is a great character with lots of potential; she’s a dedicated cop trying to make it... Continue Reading →

NYC Again …

The passageway that leads from the steps to Bethesda Fountain in Central Park. There always seems to be a musician (or busker as the Brits call them) playing here, probably because of the sheer amount of people who roam through each day and also the sound quality in this enclosed space. It lays just at... Continue Reading →

Night Falls …

The days are shorter and the temperature starts to drop around 3:30 or so each day, even on the days when it approaches 80 (like today, which is Thanksgiving 2021). This little bit of sunset was captured last year, right behind the Hotel del Coronado as night slowly and silently fell. It was a good... Continue Reading →

Imagine …

Another photo from my recent trip to New York City ... I posted an older photo of this iconic memorial to John Lennon a few weeks back, not realizing I would stumble upon it yet again on my most recent trip to New York. I always enter Central Park at Central Park South and Fifth... Continue Reading →

Plaza Sweet …

Another photo from my recent trip to New York City ... The Plaza is one of those storied establishments, a real New York City icon. I've roamed through the lobby (not possible this trip since they were only allowing registered guests into the building) and I've eaten in the Plaza Food Hall downstairs, a decidedly... Continue Reading →

Last Night in Times Square …

If you read enough comic books—or watch enough upcoming Marvel movies—you come around to the idea that there are universes within universes, alternate worlds where events play out differently. It could be something infinitesimally small (Ant-Man is called Gnat-Man, for instance) or monumentally huge (we lost World War II). In comics and movies and TV... Continue Reading →

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