I am followed by shadows when I take early morning walks in Sacramento.
A calla lily by a brick wall catches the last rays of sunlight.
I enjoy taking photos of abandoned “barns.” This week I got more than I bargained for….a ghoul of some sort staring out of a window in a Carmel structure for sale. Didn’t hit me until I enlarged the photo at home. There’s something in there!
While walking along the ocean view roads of Aptos, California, couldn’t help but notice that electrical wires kept popping up in my shots.
It was too hot in the sun yesterday, maybe a reason why these two yellow chairs were unoccupied. Or, the owners were at work earning money to pay for the privilege of having an unobstructed view of the Pacific Ocean. Photo taken at Aptos, California.
Sometimes I need a good close-up photo to clear my mind. Like this morning I stepped outside to a full rainbow, gone before I retrieved my camera. Thought of the rainbows I had captured. Rainbows tend to look alike, it is the act of the capture that counts, right? So, I looked for close-ups I’dContinue reading “Close-ups”
Which image doesn’t belong? Of course, the scarred zoo lion isn’t an object of neglect, but more a captive of a broken spirit. Maybe scars are the price of freedom in the wilds, but behind bars, they are signs of defeat in old age, in my opinion.
Took this shot early yesterday morning with the sun rising behind a camellia tree. I like how the flower’s center appears to have a light in it. There are some 800 varieties of camellias on the grounds of Sacramento’s Capitol Park which surrounds California’s state capitol. Camellias were first imported to Sacramento from Japan inContinue reading “Back-lit Camellia”
Not every shot of ocean waves ends with a dry photographer. Here, Point Lobos emerges after the waves are finished.