day 73: This evening we were walking to dinner and passed by the back side of the Santa Monica airport. This fence runs along the whole length of the street. I guess this is the low-tech version of airport security.
day 72: Today I met up with some amazing photographers in Fullerton for a day of shooting, talking, and general good times. Thank you so much to everyone who helped organize and to all of the wonderful volunteer models. I couldn’t bear to post only one photo… so check out the slideshow below. These are only a handful of my favorites and I’m still sifting through to find the ones I like, so more will be added soon!
day 71: What do you get when you mix an airport hangar, artificial grass, and Ed Begley Jr. ? The Santa Monica alternative building expo! While there were a lot of products I’d seen before there were also a couple of cool ideas I hadn’t heard of, one of which was earthfriendlymoving.com . The expo is over, but there are still home tours tomorrow… hurry and you may just catch one.
day 70: Today after work we headed out to happy hour with some friends from Ben’s office… happy hour turned into dinner and dinner turned into after dinner drinks and before we knew it it was after midnight. I love an unplanned evening out. Here are Laura and Alicia at dinner… after seeing my camera they exclaimed “We pose really well together… wanna see?” Here they are… an excellent pose indeed.
day 69: Thursdays are always hectic (at least for a couple more weeks… class is almost out!) and I always end up at home at the end of the day wondering what to post or what to take a picture of. I was putting away dishes when I got the idea for this one… oh the beige-ness of it all.
day 68: I posted a while ago about a creepy haunted house I’m working on at the office. The only thing creepier than a haunted house is the basement or attic of said house. I went to measure both today. Here is a shot of the attic.
day 67: I’m not sure why I’m on a France nostalgia post kick but here goes another one… one of my favorite things about Paris is that we would always walk by at least 3 grocery stores on the way home, making shopping for dinner an enjoyable daily activity. And while we were cooking we always had on hand a baguette and a wedge of brie to nibble on. The bread in LA is not as good, and neither is the brie… but I still love it.