This recently built driftwood mansion on Carmel River State Beach features no cost air conditioning.
Last night I took a tripod-assisted shot of a partial moon on the horizon, but didn’t notice that planet-like orb above it until I enlarged the photo. What is that?
Anticipation is a key defense mechanism. When I near the corner of a building in a bad part of town, I’m ready to react. Likewise, when I’m walking in the woods, I prepared to see wildlife, or a hiker, but not something…SHOCKINGLY funny. (The Tarot Garden in Italy).
There’s a lesson here. Maybe it’s “don’t squeeze too hard when a gentle touch is all that is required. ” Nope, that’s not it. How about? “Know your surroundings like you know yourself.”Closer, but still not it. I’ll get back to you…tomorrow.
Yesterday afternoon in Sacramento it hailed and hailed. Tiny ice balls bounced off of roads and walkways. Our dogs were curious but not interested in going outside. Neither was I except for snapping these photos.
Here’s one of my favorite shots of honey bee from our backyard hive. It’s working on a nasturtium.
Yesterday evening California’s Capital Park was surrounded by prom-goers. Off to the side I spotted one young lady waiting, presumably for a ride. I was on a walk with my son and his family at the time, reminding them that that there was no internet when I went to my prom…last century, but there were cars and waiting…that will always exist.