Category pasadena

[212/365] Lone Tree Outside Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, California, USA

Hello, friends! Happy Sunday! This is a photo I took a while ago outside the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena. Sorry, my photo descriptions have been lacking…can’t get myself to write substantial information about each photo.

[158/365] Sean & Alice, Pasadena, California, USA

Congratulations to Sean & Alice! Their wedding today was beautiful! This was one of the photos I took of them on an engagement photo session at Pasadena City Hall.

Colorado Street Bridge Through the Car Mirror, Pasadena, California, USA

Through the side car mirror, the Colorado Street Bridge was in clear view as it reflected onto the side window of the car as well. I love passing by this bridge! Recently, I ended up driving on this bridge and it conjured up memories of the night I came here to take pictures atop the […]

A Game of Cornhole, UCLA v. Cal Tailgate, Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California, USA

Six beanbags – three blue, three yellow. Two teams. Two cornhole boards. This is what makes up a game of cornhole. Tailgating for UCLA football games is always good fun. Despite the fact that we lost today, I still had a lot of fun before and during the game!

UCLA vs. Kansas State, Rose Bowl, Pasadena, California, USA

The college football season is in full effect. Love this time of the year (in addition to the college basketball season). I enjoyed a fun day of tailgating and football action as UCLA went on to defeat Kansas State at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. Good times!

Elliott Street, Pasadena, California, USA

The streets of Pasadena are lined with multimillion dollar houses, some cars you only read about on the pages of magazines, and one of its most defining characteristics: lush green trees. These are called street shade trees because of the shadows they cast. This deserted street is the epitome of the Pasadena atmosphere and what […]

Colorado St. Bridge, 210 Bridge, Pasadena, California

Intending to take a photograph of the Colorado St. Bridge in Pasadena (left), we also happened to be at the location where that bridge junctions with the 210 highway bridge (right) over the Arroyo Seco. The moon was out and the cars were speeding by. I remember this as a familiar sight seen on drives […]