Not long back from a hectic time in San Francisco and now back to NYC where the weather has turned cold, wet and windy – perfect for hibernating in the… Continue reading
iPhone shots from a recent journey across the San Francisco Bay on the high speed ferry to and from Larkspur. Sitting on prime waterfront real-estate is California’s oldest prison, San Quentin, which is… Continue reading
On the road again . . . end of day sun rays on California St, San Francisco.
Detroit Wrangle Part 1 And Go SF Giants! I tried so hard to engage in last night’s third Presidential debate, honestly, but my brain was feeling like porridge. It just wasn’t happening for me.… Continue reading
Union Square, NYC, Friday afternoon. Sunshine with the first of the season’s chill winds nipping through the air and the thrill of the completely unexpected waiting in the Square. One space, one simple… Continue reading
Windows Through windows to a window beyond . . . .
Chasing the sun, the long wet road to sunset. Somewhere on the I-80 from Lake Tahoe back to San Francisco . . .
Allow me to introduce the charming and most colourful gentleman that is Kenneth. I was walking through the mens clothing section of a store in San Francisco when he caught my eye. His… Continue reading
I know I have a brain because my head is hurting. My poor brain, getting smaller with age, did not need to be soaked and swollen with the vodka martini which seemed such… Continue reading
Or farewell winter . . . Last days of May are fading fast. Here in New York summer has muscled its bossy way in, firmly shutting the door on any leftover spring gentility.… Continue reading
. . . always so important! Sitting in the sunshine of the Civic Centre, wonderful San Francisco where colourful is always a guarantee. What is not to love!
Did coffee kill the big book store? Once upon a time, book stores sold books. Wall to wall, floor to ceiling, the latest hard-backs sat primed at the front with their luscious glossy covers,… Continue reading