It was a bright and non-stormy day in San Francisco. Young Narcissus struggled to stop staring at his reflection in the 77mm UV filter of his shiny new camera. He was successful long enough to enjoy the company of a future godmother, soul sister, and soon to be legally bound sex partner. Along the way, he snapped many photos.
Jim Carrey reflects plots his comeback from within an abandoned restaurant on Geary.
Don’t throw bees in a house of flowers.
A vegetarian expense between two slabs of bread, courtesy of Naked Lunch.
Cause if you like it then you shoulda put a carpet cleaner on it.
Nothing sadder than a dog who forgot his car keys.
We put an egg on it. Take that, Portland.
Our wedding site.
Meanwhile, in Dallas:
This shop popped up soon after Oak Cliff stopped being dry.
True love, to the death.
Bawitdaba da panang a dang curry diggy diggy said the boogy said up jump the boogy.
A Vietnamese garden oasis near Bryant Street, downtown.
No, I do not to save money on car insurance.
Squirrel takes a permanent nap after being hit by a car at SMU, amiright?
Scared kitten on a windowsill.
Wildflowers as abundant as corn fed fatties.
Mother in the backyard.
Is this store open? Closed? In South Dallas, it’s sometimes hard to know.
The glory of God.
Trail for gate jumpers at the Dallas Audobon Center.
Plays and sports: a winning combination.
Two families coming together for food.
A legal commitment steeped in love and expense.
Narcissus suffered from severe allergies during his final day in Dallas. He felt in need of sleep and a nose IV. But soon after flying back to the bay, all symptoms went away.
He had many wedding photos to sort through, perhaps for a future post.