The fallen leaves from the crepe myrtles were so colorful, we decided to leave them in place!
Molly is both inquisitive and the color of milled, old growth redwood. What?
Sunsets in Carmel come in all shapes and sizes, thanks to marine layers. There’s the proverbial “red rubber ball,” or in this case, ” a can of tuna.”
Egrets are easy to photograph when they are on a rock thinking about life. The more difficult shot is to get them in mid-flight when you are on a rock.
A field in West Sacramento brightened up by some mustard grass.
This week I’ve been throwing out trash– trying to find out what the back of our garage looks like. I haven’t taken any photos for nearly a week. “No photography” and “anti-clutter activities,” are they connected?
The California town of Solvang has many features related to its Danish heritage. I like the menacing wood sculpture of Holger the Dane, a fearsome Viking warrior who, in this case, defends a jewelry store as shown above.
Molly isn’t playing dead in this shot, instead, she is grinding her back into the sand, usually in an area that has piqued her smell buds. She does this dance every time she’s on the loose, or on leash.