Tag: San Luis Obispo

CoronaCast 3: COVID/COVIS

CoronaCast 3: COVID/COVIS

Originally recorded on April 3rd, when this whole pandemic thing was still somewhat new (but definitely no less surreal). Anxiety is not new to me but I can usually pin its cause on something. It’s certainly easy enough to blame any sense of uneasiness on the current state of the world, but I’ve still been …

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CoronaCast 2: Furloughed!

CoronaCast 2: Furloughed!

Mike joined me for a discussion about his experience being furloughed as a result of novel coronavirus COVID-19. This audio was recorded two days ago.

CoronaCast 1: Sheltering-at-Home

CoronaCast 1: Sheltering-at-Home

Jen joined me to have a conversation about novel coronavirus COVID-19. The audio was recorded two days ago, during our first full day of shelter-at-home, as ordered by the state of California. We shared what we know about where COVID-19 might’ve come from. (Virus reservoirs!)

January 2020

January 2020

I was struggling to find something to write about regarding last month. Seems the winter doldrums are inescapable, even here on the Central Coast. In preparing the photos for this post, I noticed a theme emerging, as most of the images are related to the many large housing/hotel developments all over town. I’ve been documenting …

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Lunar New Year Lion Dance 2020

Lunar New Year Lion Dance 2020

The Cal Poly Asian Pacific Islander Faculty and Staff Association‘s Lion Dance Team performed today in honor of Lunar New Year. The performance took place outside of Oki Momo Asian Grill.

Ghosts of Chinatown

Ghosts of Chinatown

On a recent trip downtown, I noticed this interesting reflection on the east wall of the Palm Theatre. The reflection was created by wind ripples on a piece of transparent construction shielding that was hanging on the building behind me. Video recorded with iPhone XS Max and edited in ScreenFlow. Music by Monplaisir, used under …

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December 2019

December 2019

December, AKA Big Holiday Month. Ever the contrarian, I didn’t take many holiday-themed photos last month. The rainy season arrives later with each passing year, it seems. But we did finally get some decent storms in California. I didn’t get any rain photos this time, but I did manage to (sorta) capture one rainbow (and …

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November 2019

November 2019

Construction, cats, and cockatiels set the tone for the month. The parking lot here was due for a major overhaul. The work moved slowly, lasting longer than a month. It was a struggle sometimes to find anything good trapped within all of that noise and dust. Pets are reliable sources of joy. The presence of …

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