PESO - Shadows of the Past

Eactivist at Eactivist at
Wed Oct 7 11:23:12 EDT 2009

In a message dated 10/6/2009 5:20:23 P.M.  Pacific Daylight Time, 
DesJardinS at writes:
Urban spooky.  Makes  me think of things crawling out of those  
"caves".  Maybe I have  too much imagination as well ;-)

Steve Desjardins
The  whole place had this "surreal feel," at least to me. Open rooms -- to 
me that is  dream-like, and I've certainly had dreams where rooms are open 
and one can move  through them easily. Not necessary nightmares though. Heh.

Imagination is  good. :-)
Thanks for looking.

Marnie aka Doe 

On Oct 6,  2009, at 6:00 PM, "David J Brooks" <pentkon52 at>   

> Good job Marnie.
> I liek the composition,  angles and shadow detail
> Dave
> On Tue, Oct 6,  2009 at 3:20 AM,  <Eactivist at> wrote:
>> One more Ft.  Point PESO before I got to a GESO  (eventually).
>> At  Ft. Point I became intrigued with the shadows in the  middle of   
>> the
>> courtyard, shadows from the girders in the Golden  Gate Bridge   
>> immediately
>>  above.
>> The shadows seemed to line up with various   openings.
>> Fort Point was built-in approximately 1853 and  the  Golden Gate  
>> Bridge
>> sometime in the  1930's so those particular shadows have been  there  
>> for  a long
>> time. I could imagine people over the years watching  them  slowly  
>> move around
>> and line up with  different openings. Or maybe I just have too  much
>>  imagination.  :-)
>>  Comments,  welcome.
>> Marnie aka Doe   :-)

We can't solve  problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we 
created them. Albert  Einstein  

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