Monday Hope and Anger

The news is grim. Coronavirus upticks in parts of the country are triggering fear of a second wave of infections and deaths here and abroad. The cell phone video has proven to be a new, effective arm of justice, opening the eyes and hearts of those who have been blind to institutional biases against peopleContinue reading “Monday Hope and Anger”

Bikes Have a Place and so do Masks

Last evening two cyclists approached California’s capitol building in Sacramento in a bike lane. The second photo is what was in front of them and behind me. Downtown Sacramento has bike lanes all over, making it an easy city to maneuver on two wheels, save for the occasional idiot who flings a parked car doorContinue reading “Bikes Have a Place and so do Masks”

Peruvian Lily…Thoughts…

Hey, bloggers. Sometimes my creative tank is nearly empty. I struggle for something new, but find myself bouncing off the same old stuff that, in itself, isn’t bad, it simply isn’t…new. I’ve posted shots of Peruvian lilies before. This photo was taken a few days ago on a day where there plenty of honey beesContinue reading “Peruvian Lily…Thoughts…”

Black Oystercatchers Sound the Global Warming Alert

Dozens of organizations on the West Coast of North America are tracking the plight of the black oystercatcher, a bird that confines its life to the rocky shores along ocean waters. Rising sea waters, a product of global warming, and human disturbances are destroying this bird’s habitat and, in doing so, we are getting todayContinue reading “Black Oystercatchers Sound the Global Warming Alert”