It is difficult for a giant dog like a great dane to blend in with the crowd in downtown Carmel. This guy looks like he’d rather be somewhere else.
Here is a grouping of bird photos I took either at Carmel-by-the-Sea beach or on the trail overlooking it. These are birds not commonly seen near the ocean where sea gulls, , sandpipers and pelicans abound.
Anne took this photo yesterday of a tiny toad sunning on a ceramic mushroom. I was amazed she was able to spot the toad–about 1.3 inches in length–in the first place.
This egret and its shadow has either too many legs or not enough.
A bug unknown to me selects the flower that has a little more zest than its partner, or something like that.
When it’s over 95 inland, we usually have fog on the coast which means there are no postcard sunsets. Here is a substitute sunset for those disappointed by the last few evenings.
(Last week Brazil in an attempt to find his client, Elisa, encounters Chartan where he blurts out, “I’m afraid of myself.) Chartan was puzzled by Brazil’s response. What did this man really mean and what did he want? “Let’s talk at my place,” said Chartan who had never had a stranger in hisContinue reading “The Adventures of Chartan: Shocking News”
Took this shot five years ago in September of an empty bench. Actually, it isn’t completely unoccupied–there is some propaganda put there for someone who might be suffering from…(fill in the blank). Horror happens daily in this country, this world. Unspeakable crimes lead to public vigils intended to make certain the horrors are not forgotten.Continue reading “Empty Bench…Remembering 9/11”
A key from the sea rolled into shore, It may open a door, a chest of yore. Gone green with age, so I ‘d say no more.