… you’re in South Berzerkeley! This shot is of just part of a mural that’s been featured several times already in these pages: e.g. here, here, and here! (One day I’ll have to try to get a picture of the whole thing!)
What can a person say about such a beautiful cloud — except to wish she could read what it says!? (See previous installment of cloud writing here.)
… honest weight. A (mostly unused, I think?) fixture outside the Berkeley Bowl … plus: reflection of all kinds of melons and … faint reflection of the photographer!
Who’re you going to call? Emergency Circus (http://www.emergencycircus.com/)!
And to think that I saw it on Harper St … 🙂
Half a pink planet–with supporting greenery–against a cement wall. When this picture was taken, the sky was about the color of the upper part of the wall; it’s been like that for days! Thank goodness for this globe of pink!
Not a Boomerang recommendation: the yellows on these bottles sitting right next to each other just caught my eye (fun images too!). The wine actually selected for purchase was a provencal rosé (mais oui!).
Even though this is a black and white photo and I’ve never been to Sibley Iowa, I get summer (early summer) warmth and rose and grass fragrances when I look at it. Also: what a happy and good-looking bunch! That’s Craven on the left and Frank (one of the Rust kids’ grandfathers) on the right and Will and Blanche [Nanny] Shuttleworth in the middle. Maybe around 1930? Blanche and Will look around the same age as they look in a more formal family portrait taken in 1932 (scroll all the way down to the bottom of this page here). While I’m at it, find a picture of Will and Blanche on their wedding day in 1896 here. July 1, 2015 Update from Nancy: This picture must have been taken before 1925 because “there are no babies!” (or brides!).