Diplograph
By Paul Knight

Country Club Park Sunset

If there's one thing I miss about living in Los Angeles it's summer's late afternoons. The days may be hot and uncomfortable but when the sun sets a cool breeze starts to blow and everything turns golden in color. Grab an iced tea, head out to the back porch, and let everything slow down for a little bit.

In San Francisco, even if it's been a clear summer day the fog will roll in and the temperature will drop fifteen degrees. It's not the same thing at all.


We also discovered that if you climb the hill near my grandparent's house and stand in just the right place and look in just the right direction you can see the Hollywood sign. I think it still counts.