Category Archives: The Scene

Lefty O’Doul Bridge

This is the Lefty O’Doul Bridge, the bridge over McCovey Cove, near the Giants’ home field of AT&T Park. It’s named after Lefty O’Doul, a famous baseball player born in San Francisco. Years ago I … Read More

Sanibel

It was hard to miss this pink and blue umbrella, perfectly angled on one of Sanibel’s lovely beaches. It made you want to curl right under it and just watch time pass. And well, I … Read More

Wailea, Hawaii

The calm before the brief storm. Nothing like an infinity pool and an adult beverage in hand to make your day. B and I had a brief stay here at the Marriott in Wailea.

The Weeks Bridge

This is the Weeks Bridge that goes over the Charles River, connecting the Allston section of Boston to Cambridge. It was constructed in 1927 to make it easier for Harvard Business School students to get … Read More

Grand Central Station

If you grew up in the New York area or had to take a train to Connecticut or to upstate New York, you’re probably very familiar with this spot. It’s the clock in the middle … Read More

Everybody in the Pool

I’ve taken a shine to the pool and I swim about four times a week. And by swimming I mean I do a mix of laps and jumping around the pool like a lunatic with … Read More

Tully’s On Fillmore

On the corner of Fillmore an Jackson Streets in San Francisco, you’ll find Tully’s, a spot where you can stop for a coffee, sit outdoors, enjoy the color of their potted plants, and take in … Read More

Crissy Field, Saturday Morning

Look at him. The brown one. Just ready to outshine his pals there. He’s already in motion before the ball is released. This was the calm before the stampede. The Place = Crissy Field, San … Read More

Spanish Steps Rome

Quite simply one of the best places to people watch, e-va. It doesn’t matter if it’s day or not, there’s always so much to see while sitting here on the Spanish Steps in Rome.

The Calm Before

This is from last summer when I was at my sister-in-law and brother-in-law’s house on Culver Lake in New Jersey. Every time I’m there I feel like I’m in a scene from the movie Breaking … Read More