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The beautiful Bay, and life without Robin Williams


I was privileged to attend the Linux Foundation member counsel’s conference this week in Palo Alto, where I joined several dozen smart lawyers who shared their views on legal issues in the open source space. 579 more words

Photography

Night hike captures moon's art across SF skyline

My camera couldn’t capture it but my memory sealed it forever.

My oldest daughter asked me to join her on a night hike in the Marin headlands recently. 209 more words

Celebrating Art

"For The Love": A Cinematic Poem Short Film On California Trail Running By Luis Peña (2014)

For The Love” is a cinematic poem short film on trail running in the  Marin headlands in Northern California directed by Luis Peña

Written, Directed, Edited, and Filmed by:   Luis Peña… 47 more words

Cinematic Poems

We Love Trail Running

As the name of our blog suggests, Jesse and I love trail running. However, with all of his Ironman Lake Tahoe training and my marathon training, we’ve had little weekend time to hit the trails. 182 more words

Taylor

rodeo beach hike

We escaped the city this weekend and went over the bridge to Marin. Usually we pass by Marin Headlands and go further on to other hikes but we were in need of an easier adventure this Sunday. 75 more words

San Francisco

TinyDream

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Gotta give some credit to my good friend Max Laue on this one since it was he’s idea to shoot from this location.
We went to shoot the super Moon last year at the Marin Headlands, but the spot we wanted to shoot from (transamerica building through north tower line-up with the Moon over the top of the tower was packed with people so Max suggested we go high to get the Transamerica building sticking out of the top of the north tower of the Golden Gate Bridge. 14 more words

Other Angles on SF

Between assignments, I’ve been a wanderer since I first filled up the storage space in January, 2005. People viewing my life from outside often express envy of how much I ‘get’ to travel: comments along the lines of “oh, it’s so exciting that you get to go to all these places and travel so much.” People who know me a bit better, or people for whom, like me, going to work = packing a bag with (one hopes) sufficient saline solution & undergarments for a year’s assignment in a remote location of which one has, so far, only indirect knowledge, understand that the travel is the part I hate the most. 597 more words

California