Mon 11.19.18 – Photo of the London bus traveling down an illuminated Regent Street was taken by Ms. Jen with her camera phone this evening while walking down Oxford Street.
Posts Tagged: rain
Fri. 04.08.16 – After the rain had finished it was lovely.
Photo taken by Ms. Jen with her Nikon D800 and a Nikon 50mm f/1.4G lens.
In other news, the last 13 days:
April 15th – Tax day AND go to Chicago for super cool HERE Maps and Human Automated Driving demo day. Write up on the HERE day coming to a browser near you very soon.
April 17th – Ms. Jen moved away from Seal Beach for good, due to the damp/mold causing too many migraines and sinus headaches. Ms. Jen waves a fond goodbye to her fave little town by the sea with very good night star viewing. Ms. Jen does not wave a fond goodbye to the evil black mold that lived perniciously through out the town.
April 17th – May 17th – Ms. Jen sits on a house in West LA area whose inhabitants have buggered off to Europe for a month.
April 24th – Ms. Jen and this blog both have birthdays.
April 26th – Real rain, yes – wet water, fell from the sky for a bit in the greater Los Angeles area. Followed by big wind and a nice chill.
Evening of April 28th – Ms. Jen still loves all of you. Ms. Jen does not love the Santa Ana winds that just started and the heat predicted for the next two days.
April 28th and forward – Ms. Jen is available for new career opportunities, esp. one that will include relocating and mobile.
Photo of local passion vine flowers taken by Ms. Jen with her Nokia Lumia 1020.
Sat 03.01.14 – During the great Puddlewatch 2014, aka where one must post lots of PuddleGrams, I went out in a break between the weird water stuff falling from the sky to take photos of waves roaring up the beach south of the Seal Beach Pier.
While the surf was not as big as Surfline predicted, it was still fun to watch the wave action and small boys running from the waves.
Fri 02.28.14 – Good night, February. Hello, some proper rain and wind.
Photo of the vending machines taken by Ms. Jen with her Nikon D800 and a Nikon 50mm f1.4G lens.