We’re almost into April so I wanted to post a few pictures from last month and this month.
The annual Chinatown Golden Dragon parade occurred this year on February 17th. It’s always a great time to get some candid shots of the participants and parade goers. I really had a tough time getting photos this year because of the number of bystanders – they weren’t standing by, they were standing in front of me and the camera. Nonetheless, here are a few sample shots.
The Arroyo Seco in Pasadena is always a great photo opportunity because of its beauty. I spent much of this day in March getting different perspectives of the views and particularly of the La Loma Street bridge.
The next series of shots were all taken at the Huntington Library and Gardens. I try to visit the Huntington at least twice a month. It’s so interesting to see how the gardens change throughout the year. You’ll see photos of some very interesting blooms and some stunning vistas in the Gardens. I’ve posted a photo of Blue Boy as well. They’ll start refurbishment of the painting later this year and I’ve heard that you’ll be able to view the process in the gallery. More to come.
Thanks for checking in. Be sure to check back in a couple of weeks as we start our trip to Bangkok and other Asian sites. The trip begins the week of April 16th.