Archive for June, 2010

The San Francisco Columbarium Stained Glass Windows

The San Francisco Columbarium Stained Glass Windows

I took a few photos of the beautiful stained glass at the astonishing San Francisco Columbarium yesterday. I intend to return soon, with photos of the wonderful 1898 exterior, and better shots of the mezzanines and dome. Click on any image below to view a slideshow. When viewing the slideshow, advance to the next picture […]


Lynn’s Paradise Cafe

Lynn's Paradise Cafe

I had the most marvelous breakfast at Louisville’s legendary Lynn’s Paradise Cafe, and though the morning was a bit overcast, I left there with a full stomach and colors in my eyes.. A beautiful morning.


St. James Court, Louisville

St. James Court, Louisville

I had a memorable visit to St. James Court in Old Louisville recently, and was dazzled by the exquisite examples of Victorian houses. The weather was perfect, as was my company. I couldn’t have asked for a more wonderful, morning walk. Click on any image below to view a slideshow. When viewing the slideshow, advance […]


Churchill Downs and the Derby Museum

Churchill Downs and the Derby Museum

I had the privilege of visiting the legendary Churchill Downs on Memorial Day this year, and toured the wonderful Kentucky Derby Museum with my charming host. It was a beautiful day in Kentucky — warm and clear– and Churchill Downs was bustling with activity. I thoroughly enjoyed visiting the track, viewing the paddock prior to […]


Central Park, Louisville

Central Park, Louisville

I took a lovely walk with a sweet companion in Central Park, Louisville this past Memorial Day. Unlike my previous visit to Louisville during a cold, dormant winter, the parks this time, in late May — and all of Louisville for that matter — shimmered in a lush, deep green of Spring. Central Park was […]


The 21c Museum Hotel

The 21c Museum Hotel

My recent return to Louisville took me to the extraordinary 21c Museum Hotel. I only took a few shots at this dazzling hotel– I was much too busy being delighted at the wonderful exhibits and quirky architectural details…