Despite our lovely January weather in Southern California, parks can be silent at times.
The Little League park is quiet, waiting for spring training to begin.
Blaisdell Park waits for students to get out of school.
This week’s photo challenge of weathered prompted these Claremont sightings.
This weathered building has had a makeover in the past few months. I prefer the weathered look.
While there are many photos to choose from this year, I chose this one because it 1) was in Claremont 2) hasn’t yet appeared in the blog 3) I rather like it. It was taken in the Claremont Wilderness Trial on a cloudy June day.
The current photo challenge of temporary could apply to so many photos. How long does anything really last?
The Pilgrim Place Festival this weekend was, as all events are, temporary. It lasts two days each year.
Hoop rolling in the Festival’s Plimoth Town lasts only seconds, but engages young and not-so-young.
Some houses in Claremont make it impossible to peek inside. Perhaps a tall person or someone with a ladder could look over this door on 7th St., but I have never done that.
Many houses allow some level of peeking, especially when the skies darken.