Sunday Post: From a Distance

I took this photo with my iPhone for the Sunday Post: From a Distance challenge.

San Francisco as viewed from Mt. Tamalpais


Van Gogh Skies
San Francisco as viewed from Mt. Tamalpais
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Ramblin’ Wrecks Who Are Making A Difference

Choices, not chance, determine our destiny. Here are 4 graduates of Georgia Tech who are making an impact in the world of Humanitarian Aid. Their company, T.O.H.L., has developed a cost-effective method of delivering water over large distances and varied terrain faster than current methods. This video illustrates the potential of their invention:

Travel theme: Silhouette

I took this photograph at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.

Travel Theme: Silhouette
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Weekly Photo Challenge: Urban

This week’s photo challenge is about documenting urban living space and how people adapt their environment to certain needs and vice versa. Here is my entry:

Mural on a building, people on the street.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Urban
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Weekly Photo Challenge: Urban

Story Challenge: Letter “H”

Who doesn’t like a Happy Face?

Happy Face
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frizztext Photo Challenge

Weekly Photo Challenge: Merge

Merging to white
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Weekly Photo Challenge: Merge

Story Challenge: Letter “G”

Here are some tips on operating generators.

Generator Instructions
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Relax, it’s only tea.

Story Challenge: Letter “G”

It’s OK to be a HADR

Karen Cage has informed me that, “… the non-profit San Francisco Fleet Week Association, is home to the nation’s first Humanitarian Assistance and Disaster Response planning program, H.A.D.R., [which brings] city, state, federal, public and private companies/agencies together to improve our preparedness and coordination for the next disaster.” Karen is on the Board of Directors of the…

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