Hats Off to 2020

Hats Off to 2020

Exploring local neighborhoods. Banning Park Historic Zone, with peacocks. A delightful hidden neighborhood south of Wardlow. Christmas Day walk through deserted Watson Industrial Center. Neighborhood Christmas lights. Neighborhood of spectacular houses west of Long Beach Blvd. My garden.

Cats Welcome

Cats Welcome

Around Carson, featuring pitahaya (Hylocereus), a coyote, local parks with retired park worker Jim.
Hilltop Park/Panorama Promenade, Signal Hill. My garden.

Only on Melrose

Only on Melrose

My neighborhood with skeleton, papayas, etc. Humming bird at Kenneth Hahn State Recreational Area. About town. Gayle’s neighborhood and garden. Mar Vista Tract “Modernique Homes.” My garden with squirrels. Emma and Stubby, the Squirrel Hunters.

Grab Him by the Ballot

Grab Him by the Ballot

Gayle’s neighborhood, including Beverly Fairfax Historic District (homes and gardens), Melrose Arts District (art and politics), gallery on Fairfax, Trump rally on Crescent Heights, witches and goblins. My garden. My neighborhood, including peacocks and crows, Banning Park, 0 Street. Trash day treasure: abandoned fountain, repurposed as a planter. Commercial nursery in Downey.

Save My Wrld

Save My Wrld

Garden with flowers, kitties, etc. La Brea Tar Pits and what’s left of LACMA. Sculpture garden at Cedar-Sinai hospital. White Point (San Pedro) with Larry.

The time is now. Or is it?