It was the first time I had flown American Airlines across the U.S. to New York, and I had this odd feeling that I was cheating on Virgin America by making a left instead of a right inside San Francisco International Airport Terminal 2. I have to admit, AA totally surprised me with its seats … Continue reading Day Two, New York City
Things have been quiet around here. I was traveling — New York, to be precise. I left my computer behind and was busy meeting people in real life, despite the nasty cold weather. It is good to be back in San Francisco and experience some glorious weather and sunshine. Here are some photos from an early morning walk to the top of the Bernal Hill Park. (If you are intrigued by the chairs and that table, then you can find out more in my Storehouse story.) They were snapped with my Sony RX-1 camera. It is fun getting to know this camera, all over again.
Recently, while I was dining with friends in New York, Steve Greenwood (who started Brewster) remarked that Al Gore was now separated from his wife, Tipper, and was dating someone else from California. I have no recollection about why that came up, but it was enough for Elle Luna to point out the amorphous and diverse … Continue reading Big Apple Conversations
Accompanying me on this trip to New York are new Pelikan Edelstein Sapphire ink cartridges, a wonderful book, my new Oliver People reading glasses and two new lenses — a Telephoto lens and an 18mm wide lens — from Seattle-based company, Moment. These clip onto my iPhone 5s. So, expect more photos in coming days. Continue reading Travel Day: Destination New York
New York City is a terribly divided place, where the income gap between rich people and poor people seems to be increasing by the day; you can live your whole life here and never befriend anyone on the opposite end of the financial spectrum.…. in New York, wealthy neighborhoods are separated by distinct geographical boundaries, and … Continue reading Invisible Walls