Tuesday, September 6, 2011


Drizzly night
Warm, breezy.
Eager conversation
A space filled with color
Layers of Spanish culture
Flamenco dessert

Monica: An old water fountain tucked in a little park along the river in downtown Petaluma.  Petaluma was one of the few northern California towns near the coast that was spared the ravages of the 1906 San Francisco earthquake, so the historic homes and buildings are remarkably intact. I enjoy spending time in places where history is valued and the the beauty of the past is visible in the little details.

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