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Day 012: The World Is The World

[ From the Archives of 365 ] He says, “People are generally good and change is possible.” Tonight my wife and I go for an evening drive. I’m slowly sucking her into my daily routine of meeting new people. We end up stopping at Warner Center Park, just a couple

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Day 11: Only He Knows

[ From the Archives of 365 ] He tells me lemongrass tea is a cure for joint pain. OK cut to the chase. My eyes are watering and the room is a blur. I’ve barely eaten today and have spent the last 2 hours trying to be intellectual in my

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Day 010: Fifteen Years of Passion

[ From the Archives of 365 ] Whatever You Promote—You Deliver Sunday afternoon, my day for spiritual worship and family time. I’m sure many of us covet this day to refill our wells for the week to come. 10 days into 365 and Sundays are already becoming the hardest day

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Day 009: Less Violence, More Fixies

[ From the Archives of 365 ] “Biking keeps us out of trouble, you know, drugs and stuff.” Vincent and Angel, Age 18 – sponsored riders: JB Bike Shop #2  Went for a walk today and, strolling down Sherman Way in Canoga Park, I came across a cool little bike

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Day 007: A Brother and A Sister

[ From the Archives of 365 ] The True King and Queen of Hollywood When you think of the West Coast photo scene, you may think of a who’s who list of name photographers and celebrities, but today I met true photographic royalty. Meet Silvino and his sister Andrea, two

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Day 006: The Book of James

[ From the Archives of 365 ] “Let The Love Come to You” Day 6, almost one week into 365. Only 359 days to go. The good thing is, so far my family is on board. Tonight my daughter and I pass Taft High on our way home from dinner

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Day 005: Hector

[ From the Archives of 365 ] I ask, “Where are you from?” He says, “Wherever I’m passing by.” Today I had the opportunity to photograph the news anchors of Univision 34, Los Angeles. A great group of people to work with and a ton of fun to take pictures

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Day 004: Fish Out Of Water

[ From the Archives of 365 ] Saved by Francis The Key Guy Take one middle-class Caucasian man, dressed him like a college golfer; put him in a very diverse Spanish-speaking park; place a camera around his neck, and put some paperwork in his hand. Then have him loiter around

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Day 003: Alyshia

[ From the Archives of 365 ] What? Who? Ozzie Nelson?! So here I am, casing the neighborhood and feeling strangely like Ozzie going to borrow a cup of sugar for Harriet. No not Ozzy Osborn, but Ozzie Nelson. If you don’t know the sitcom, Ozzie and Harriet were the ideal TV

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Day 002: Driving Forward

[ From the Archives of 365 ] Today’s entry: Travel log style. 11:30 am: Early lunch with family. Almost decide to shoot Chef Abraham (owner of the restaruant where I had lunch). Discouraged by the lunch rush, I pass on the prospect. 1:00 pm: Frys Electronics, Kill two birds with one stone.

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Day 222: Make It Today

[ From the Archives of 365 ] “We all have a 6th sense that we all feel, and we need to learn to express it or at least recognize it.” “My wife and I just want to help people. We are all capable of amazing things if we stop judging

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Day 294: Food Truck Alley

[ From the Archives of 365 ] “My advice for the world? As a teacher, I hope that humanity doesn’t stagger in its upward swing.” “I like old stuff and new stuff. People say that I was born in the wrong era, but I have to nip that. I have

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Day 158: Nobody is a Stranger

[ From the Archives of 365 ] “Tell me what you know and you will entertain me, but tell me how you feel and you will intrigue me.” In sixty minutes I pick my daughter up from her drama class. And with that purpose in my mind, I find myself

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Day 142: Just Livevil

[ From the Archives of 365 ] “It’s perfectly sane to go mad in order to understand.” “Lookout! A creepy guy is stalking the neighborhood! Why has he parked his car on the street? And what’s with his sidewalk pacing? Let’s stay away from him, I think he’s a serial

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Day 70: Clean, Fluffy, and Good Smelling

[ From the Archives of 365 ] “I want everyone to have a nice-looking, clean, fluffy, good-smelling dog.” The words my husband, Richard, sprang on me that morning. “I’m cheating.” He told me as the dog groomer called to confirm our appointment, “I just couldn’t help myself. I asked her

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Day 24: If it’s nude, I’ll be there!

[ From the Archives of 365 ] “If it’s nude, I’ll be there!” Unbelievable! I actually found a couple of hours to relax poolside. An unexpected bonus seeing that, as I was at the beginning of a one-week workshop I was presenting to JPAC (Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command) at Pearl

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Day 157: Roberto’s Dream

[ From the Archives of 365 ] “I’d like to see younger people in the government. We need more young people in power. And what I mean about power is young people able to make decisions. They have a fresher perspective and listen to the people. It does not matter

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Day 147: They Think I’m a Paparazzi

[ From the Archives of 365 ] “I’d like to see the world become closer to being in unity. People loving each other, respecting all as one family. Back to the ways things used to be, helping each other, not that we have too, but because we want to.” It’s been a while since

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Day 200: Relax, It’s Gonna Work Out

[ From the Archives of 365 ] “So many people today are ‘self-aware,’ but lack the ability for ‘self-reflection’… when the door is unlocked, at least twist the door handle and check it out. Know yourself and see if it is what you want.” Richard has been glued to his

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Day 360: Happy Belly Button Day

[ From the Archives of 365 ] Everybody is born into this world with nothing. Now when you get into the world… it’s a cold cruel world, and unless someone gets the right nurturing from a mother and a father, they are going to go haywire. At a pace that

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