July 02, 2013

Monday, the City; it was raining

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photo by Donald Kinney

Well, I think the last person who told me "I didn't have enough sense to come in out of the rain" might have been my mother, but there I was--in Golden Gate Park--in the bloody rain--with only a crusty baseball cap, a wool/polyester coat and a towel draped over my hydrophobic camera.

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It would three more hours until the doors to the DeYoung Museum would open. Currently they are showing Richard Diebenkorn abstracts.
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It had been while since I had visited the National AIDS Memorial, open 24/7, rain or shine. Enough for me--maybe some other day I'll visit the museum.

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John @ Beans and I on the Loose said...

I like the lily pad shot and refrained from saying so yesterday when it was the header photo. No outboard motors (don't know where that came from) but there were a few motorcycles I would have liked to have trailered home.

AphotoAday said...

Hi SINBAD'S DAD (JOHN) -- Oh, I guess I just got your interests in what you like to collect mixed up, outboard motors for motorcycles. (Think you showed a series of outboard motors some time ago and everybody started thinking you collected them) (to which you denied then, and now--but just trying to find something to send a jab of kiddingness)

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