For the urban weekly photo challenge, I choose to show students walking in the Quad at Cal State Fullerton on the first day of school on Monday. On the left is an information booth for lost students. A large campus that can take 10 minutes to walk from one place to another, it is a […]
My family and I took a day trip to see the Padres game at Petco Park and visit Balboa Park yesterday. The Padres had an impressive day with homers by Chase Headly, Yonder Alonso and Carlos Quentin in a 7-3 victory over the New York Mets. (Here’s a game summary .) The best thing about […]
“And God said, ‘Let the land produce living creatures according to their kinds: livestock, creatures that move along the ground, and wild animals, each according to its kind’… And God saw that it was good.” -Genesis 1:24 “Go to the ant, O sluggard, Consider her ways and be wise.” -Proverbs 6:6
Leaves in the late-afternoon sun at a park near my house. Love nature & trees! Have a nice day!
After touring downtown Los Angeles a few weeks ago, I was curious to try out street photography. Street photography is a National Geographic-type candid photography of people in public places like concerts and downtown areas. I went to downtown Fullerton in Southern California on a hot late-afternoon (around Chapman and Harbor). It has a pretty vibrant night life […]
There is something about downtown areas. It may be the architecture or the bustling atmosphere of anonymity, but cities just provide a great place to watch the world. It is the variety of people I watch wandering around, and the worldly accomplishments we display to millions of people through our buildings- higher and higher, cooler and cooler. Anyway […]
I worked 15 hours as a poll worker clerk in the California primary election Tuesday, helping voters cast their votes. This is our polling location, a newly-remodeled house nestled in the hills of east Yorba Linda. It is a small precinct, only having 825 voters in a dozen streets. We had a great view: As it was […]
It’s a nice day, the roses are in bloom and it is Memorial Day, the unofficial start to summer! As you can see, our flag is up! Have a great day, and remember our nation’s heroes and the sacrifices they have made -from Gettysburg to Pearl Harbor to Afghanistan. Photos by Tim Worden
A bit of sunshine reaches Cal State Fullerton Thursday afternoon after a week of sun and showers. Good news, Titans: Only two weeks of regular classes left!