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The Genuine Show!, April 16 - 25, 2015.

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Well, this little project has taken a bit of my time lately: my first ever full-length show!

The Genuine Show!┬árepresents┬áthe debut of a new theater troupe called The Unknown Players, and they have honored me by producing an evening of seven short plays, including “The Duck” (see… 95 more words

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Spectacular Cloud Formation in the San Francisco Bay Area, 28 February 2015.

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I would have guessed Idaho (all shots taken with my iPhone 6).

If you had shown me these pictures of the clouds over Oakland and San Francisco this afternoon, and asked me to guess in which state they were taken, I would have guessed Idaho. 214 more words

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Wisdom on a Bike Rack. (Weekly Photo Challenge: Rule of Thirds)

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I have written many times that someone once said that the surreal is that which lies at your feet, but this afternoon I found it on a bike rack on the sidewalk in front of San Francisco City Hall. 42 more words

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San Francisco Snippets, 23 February 2015.

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Overheard on the 6-Parnassus.

First: “No, that’s serendipity! This is schadenfreude!”

Second: “No! Rainbow Chard! Not kale! Kale?! Kale?? Kale is so over!” 30 more words

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Cormorant @ Sunrise. (Weekly Photo Challenge: Thirds)

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This fine feathered fellow proved most cooperative as I practiced various compositions based upon The Rule of Thirds.

Funny; the “story” seems to change depending upon the composition. 30 more words

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Answer: A Slice of Heaven. (Weekly Photo Challenge: Thirds.)

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Question: What do you get when you combine the world’s finest creatures, their obedient human servants, perfect Saturday morning weather, and San Francisco’s Park Presidio? 250 more words

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A Weekend Puzzle!

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I have done a few of these before; the idea is simple. First, close ups of a large sign:

Now, the large sign itself: 35 more words

The San Francisco Scene--Seen!