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san francisco, technology, California

When was the last time you felt misplaced, only to be reassured by something completely unfamiliar?

by Aaron Liao

San francisco — It took a moment before my mind registered what this stranger was doing - when it clicked, I just smiled. There was nothing graceful about how I managed this shot. Actually, for the people who saw me taking it, I probably looked decidedly suspicious and eccentric as I frantically dug around my bag, produced my camera, slowly inched closer to my subject and surreptitiously tried to capture the in...

California, running, night

By the time I discovered my error, the sun was nothing but a thin, red line lying on the foothills.

by Chelsea Batten

San diego — I got lost last night while running, and ended up caught by the dark, trying to find my way home up an unlit country road. Con: getting hit in the head with a low-hanging tree branch This happens to...

plein air, painting, point reyes

“Elephant Mountain”

by Daniel Chow

Point reyes station — september 7, 2013, our last day of our plein air painting excursion, and we came across Whitehouse Pool along Highway 1 near Inverness. while Kevin and I were painting this landscape, we noticed some...

Indio, California, Palm Springs

Indio, CA

by Macy Johnson

Normandy park — I remember driving through California; first LA, then Palm Springs, where we met our friends the Blankenships, and then Indio, my favorite vacation spot. The resort there was so amazing, I want to cry...

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