I was playing with a screen shot of paintings of Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump in a Moscow shop window.
It was from a November 9, 2016 article in the New York Times.
I thought the idealized ‘Trump’ in the painting was funny so I brightend
the image to get a better look.
The painting is a triptych.
Here, I made a little video of it.
We don’t need anyone to tell us what we can clearly see with our own eyes.
On a walk along San Francisco’s Valencia Street toward the Mission I heard Mozart’s Exsultate Jubilate K165-Alleluia stream from the second story window of an old Victorian.
It was a wonderful San Francisco day and the gardens on Valencia Street were in bloom.
Share this walk with me:
Valencia Street Aria
Music: Mozart: Exsultate, jubilate: iv. Alleluja (McNair, Gardiner)
Sylvia McNair, soprano; English Baroque Soloists, John Eliot Gardiner,
cond. Philips, recorded March 1993
Video (c) Rob Goldstein 2017 All Rights Reserved
If you live in San Francisco, June 24 is Pride Day.
I will be out all weekend loving life and taking pictures.
I dedicate this video to the men and women of the American Civil
We are all religions, races and nationalities. We are gay, straight and transgender.
We will never return to our closets.
We are everywhere and we will never give up.
I chose “We are Family” by Sister Sledge because it’s a happy and
I first made this video for Pride Month 2016.
We are always stronger together!
Now get up everybody and sing!
If I turned around every time somebody called me a faggot, I’d be walking backward – and I don’t want to walk backward.”
– Harvey Milk