The translucent glow of sunlight through clouds always makes me think of a Sunday School drawing of heaven. This photo presented itself last week as I was returning home after shooting other assignments. The fluffy clouds created a striking juxtaposition with the strong, square corporate tower and seemed to be an urban heaven waiting a block away.
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Love Tuck Shop? Well this house in the Coronado district is soon going to be its complementary restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and snacks while you wait for your table. Read the story: http://bit.ly/HcEBbc
Schreiner’s Fine Sausage began in 1955 using traditional German recipes and continues to stay busier than ever despite the turbulent economy.
"My kids and I had so much fun participating in this areas paintings. The orchid to me is a bit “fresh” looking if i do say so myself (suggestive in person). Run down and take a look. Thank you, artists for being so inviting with my small children..even (though) they did paint over some already worked out areas that day ;)"
Minority journalism organizations under the UNITY alliance came together in support of newsrooms diversifying their environments and news coverage at a workshop held Saturday at the Cronkite School. (via Newsroom diversity discussed at UNITY workshop)
Some patterns just beg to be photographed. I’ve always loved walking past this building because of its unique windows, and couldn’t resist snapping a photo the one morning I happened to have my camera with me. The windows have always made me think of lidded eyes, and that day they seemed to be just opening to greet the morning sun.
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Downtown Devil originally published the story according to hints from ASU’s Twitter account, but an ASU rep has independently confirmed that Brokaw is indeed the graduation speaker.