My planned trip to Palo Alto for tomorrow was moved on short notice to today. That shouldn’t be a problem? Right? Meet up with some people, provide unsolicited input on a couple of projects and stop at a Joann’s or Michael’s on the way home. Moving it meant no chance to go and bother Alison but I am sure that can be managed at a future time.
A side note – when Universities, such as Stanford are closed over breaks this doesn’t mean that the campus is empty. It might mean that there are a lot of other people walking around looking at the place and more than the ordinary number of parents having a closer look at where their money is going. What also happens, as it turns out, is that break time is prime time for repairs and renovations making a hash out of several planned luncheon locations.
Our meeting place in the Rodin Sculpture Garden should have been my first clue but I was oblivious – contemplating going back to photo Fridays (remember 2007 & 2008?) and once again featuring all the arches and doors I have collected over the last several years. The doors are #5 struck and remind me strongly of the Bosch painting. If I had any ambition or interest I would look up the dates on both and resolve the question.
The meeting(s) happened. I got to Michael’s and was able to track down my final missing DMC thread color.
I would share sunset photo’s with you but still have to get them off the Canon….