Other-wordly is what struck me about this photo taken with my new iPhone on a run from Menlo Park through Lindenwood in Atherton. It reminded me of Kauai, and I used the sepia on the editing option of iPhoto because it just seemed to want to be that way.

My runs are not longer in distance, just taking longer now with the iPhone. I have to keep stopping to take pictures – it is addictive! My usual Saturday morning run is from the parking lot at the Menlo Park post office to Lindenwood in Atherton, then around Menlo Atherton High School and back. But with a camera I’m seeing so much more.

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David Hibbard: Menlo painter with a photographer’s brush

Two ‘canvasses’ hang in David Hibbard’s West Menlo dining room. One is an impressionist wash of colors that leads the eye, inexorably, to a small, drowned leaf in the bottom right corner. Only then does the observer realize that this is a photograph and not a painting. The other is recognizably a photograph – a […]

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Morning in Menlo

A lovely sunrise for our morning walk today! More of this morning’s exploits here, here and here!

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Adam McGee’s “Rodin Redux — Realization and Revelation”

Portola Valley photographer Alan McGee presents pictures inspired by sculptures by Auguste Rodin in “Rodin Redux — Realization and Revelation” at Portola Art Gallery at Allied Arts Guild in Menlo Park. An artist’s reception takes place this afternoon from 1 to 4 p.m.

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