A photo a day of Rancho Palos Verdes, Rolling Hills & Palos Verdes Estates, located on the hills of PV peninsula at the southwestern tip of Los Angeles county
Two very different faces from opposite coasts. Neat!
i like the totem very much !!
If it had a cat face on it my mother would wear it. That totem is wild.
Like these a lot!
both interesting and intriguing posts!
Interesting juxtaposition of the two faces. I doubt that the Jamestown totem pole inspired the sweater, however, but it would make a good tee shirt design..
The Jamestown totem is quite interesting and well photographed... but I unashamedly prefer the funny sweater of the "very nice woman".
Very funny sweater!I sure that my daughter would love a kind of this to wear!She loves t- shirt funny and all stuffs !And the lady in your picture has a lovely hair! I'm envious here!:-)The totem is magnificent!Great post Tash!Kind RegardsLéia
Your son's got a good eye
Ahh, the totem reminds me of Vancouver in 1986. Such a lovely area and the Haida people were certainly to be admired.
Fascinating juxtaposition of the two photos, Tash. I think it might be a little unnerving to follow the sweater down the street.
This is fun!
that sweater face really drew me in. Cool shot!
Cool contrast. I like the womans sweater.
I wonder if these could count for the 100 Strangers Project...How wonderful to have your son working with you via cell phone. It's certainly a treat for us so I know it must be doubly so for you.
Cute faces. Of course, I choose the sweater.
Both are interesting images. Difficult to say which one is the best.
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