In old, downtown Napa, not too far from the Wine Train depot is the Napa Firefighters Museum.  We enjoyed looking at fire fighting equipment dating back to the 1800s as well as panoramic views of the impact of the 1904 San Francisco earthquake. Here are three of my favorite photos from the museum.  What do […]

Hagia Sophia was originally a Christian cathedral, first Eastern Orthodox and then Roman Catholic, until it was converted to a mosque in 1453. When it was completed in 537, the Hagia Sophia (which means “Holy Wisdom) was the largest cathedral in the world.  It retained that honor for 1,000 years until the Seville Cathedral was completed in […]

Hagia Sophia was originally a Christian cathedral, first Eastern Orthodox and then Roman Catholic, until it was converted to a mosque in 1453. When it was completed in 537, the Hagia Sophia (which means “Holy Wisdom) was the largest cathedral in the world.  It retained that honor for 1,000 years until the Seville Cathedral was completed […]

This was a quick, candid shot as I left the Louvre and stepped back out into the rainy, January afternoon, but it may be my favorite shot from this trip to Paris. I’d love to hear your thoughts! On Today’s Date in the Past: One Thing, Three Ways:  Jumping in a Puddle Truth is… You […]

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