As I look toward Glimpses of South Pasadena
's 10th anniversary next week, I've been featuring some favorite shots and narrative posts from over the years.
Some of my favorite photos are not my best technical ones. Street photography is funny that way. Plus, it's too hard for me to be objective -- and photography is such a subjective art, anyway. What I can say is that this particular photograph is my favorite. It was taken way back in 2008 with an old FujiFilm point and shoot bridge camera. (I first posted it here
I'll never forget the odd but wonderful feeling I had when, while having coffee and ice cream with my family at Busters
, (remember Busters?!) I glanced at the large window and saw my darling little 3 year old Raine's reflection blending with the face of the beautiful, thoughtful young woman behind the glass.