Flash from the past. Someone offers a long forgotten photo. It looks so good and you begin to remember things. Dusty synapses get cleaned.
This is a fabulous picture that came back to light in recent days. Patti Ramelli and Susan Miller at Cafe Flore, Market Street, San Francisco circa 1975 (?).
How did Patti not become a super model? Work that camera, girl.
It’s good to see the streaks we made as our rockets flashed though this life.
I’ve probably said this before, but I feel the people I met in San Francisco back in the day were an exceptional group of souls.
Is that just the way your feel when you are young and and in the peak of your social period?
It felt really rare and perfectly exciting. People drawn to the city may have their own complementary POVs.
Thank god for the photographers that were there to document the fire.
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