A well dressed tourist out on the town casts a long hat-wearing shadow. He strikes a casual yet confident pose near, but not too near, a guy who quite clearly knows what it feels like to get a tattoo and maybe even hang from tender body parts that people don’t usually hang from. This guy is a walking billboard for tattoo art and a sampler platter of styles for you to be inspired by.CLICK FOR MORE!
When I was growing up the tradition in my family is that we always got our Christmas tree on my birthday –- December 20th, and I got to pick it out. When I was in first grade my parents cut loose and actually let me pick out a flocked tree. Getting a flocked tree is Southern California’s version of having a white Christmas.CLICK FOR MORE!
GREEN PUMPKIN PIE?
Wednesday night while strolling through Farmer's Market, a Los Angeles landmark since 1934, I saw something I don't remember ever seeing before -- green and grey pumpkins. And that leads me to this week's slide: PUMPKINS, BUFFALO, NEW YORK, 1955.CLICK FOR MORE!
TWO MEN, FOUR LADIES, THREE LITTLE BOYS AND A BABY.
Aqua cinderblock walls with peeling paint and matching rumpled plush carpet provide a perfect monotone backdrop for this week's slide: FAMILY PORTRAIT, SOMEWHERE, USA, 1955...CLICK FOR MORE!
Bonjour!!!! Parlez vous francais??? I love these American tourists in a French Museum - especially the oh-so snooty one in the middle.CLICK FOR MORE!