The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust
March 21, 2017
The Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust is dedicated to the remembrance and preservation of the history, stories, victims, and tragic events of the Holocaust during World War II.
The museum is always free, because the founding survivors insisted that no one ever be turned away from learning about the Holocaust.
Across from the entrance to the museum is a 6 foot high cement wall with a bit of graffiti that seemed somehow appropriate to me.
Pan Pacific Park
March 21, 2017
This week, the topic of Cee’s Black and White challenge is the letter G or H. I seem to have them both covered from my recent trip to the Holocaust Museum in Los Angeles and the graffiti I found there.
Stillwell Avenue Elevated Subway Station
Coney Island Brooklyn NY
December 12, 2015
My mother died in 2001. My dad, 14 years later. He had always wanted to take my mother’s ashes back to Coney Island, where they had met when they were both teenagers. Just before Christmas of 2015, my wife and I traveled to New York to carry out his wishes.
We commingled their ashes and, on December 12, 2015, scattered them over the beach at Coney Island.
The photo above is for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge. This week’s theme is Public Transportation.
Please visit Cee’s Black & White Challenge for more lines. And angles.
PBR Rockbar & Grill
Las Vegas Strip
September 19, 2015
I’m really not sure how Cee does it. She has a challenge for almost every day of the week. She has Odd Ball on Sunday, Share Your World on Monday, Fun Foto on Tuesday, Compose Yourself Wednesday, Black and White Thursday, and I’m not really sure which day Which Way.
I think she sleeps in on Saturday!