I’m hearing a lot of talk of end of Summer. The back to school feeling is not helping. But we’re still one month before the calendar will suggest it’s Fall. And the leaves still won’tContinue readingRedondo Beach – Summer Strong
It felt like the first day of summer in two years because there was so much joy. I don’t want to speculate on the nature of this joy, I want to take it at face value. It felt like the first safe day of summer. … Continue readingScenes from the First Day of Summer
Today was a clear day. I was feeling a little off this morning, so I followed Hippocrates’ recommendation: “If you are in a bad mood go for a walk. If you are still in aContinue readingScenes from a Clear Day
Yesterday night that gorgeous sunset drew me and my drone out. I had my safety beacon on so I lingered above my house a little longer, because I could not take my eyes off this.Continue readingInto the Night
The endless skyway has been a constant source of inspiration in the past few weeks. The Western monsoon clouds, flying my drone in Arizona and Utah, yesterday’s serendipitous encounter with the flight to Seoul… andContinue readingThe End of No-Sky July?
As you might already know, I have issues with June Gloom. Just as I dislike May Gray and No Sky July and Fogust. As some of you might also know, I have decided to (kindContinue readingGloomy Cove, Pretty Cove?
I’ll try to keep this short, as a postcard. My first batch of postcards have arrived! I don’t see them simply as postcards: to me, they are mini-artworks. If you are old (or hipster) enough,Continue readingThe New (Old) American Postcard
Last week I passed the FAA exam to be a commercial drone pilot. I can’t wait to receive my badge. The theory you get tested on is interesting. As this great video study-guide tells you,Continue readingSoaring