Here’s a view of Carmel-by-the-Sea Beach from the driveway of a house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Sometimes a wet driveway with fallen leaves reminds me of a Monet.
I took this shot years ago from a water taxi on my way out of Venice. It has become one of my favorite photos.
I wandered around the neighborhood in the high heat this week looking for something to photograph. Yesterday, I posted a photo of yellow chairs. Today I was struck by the colors, shapes and shades of plants in front of a nearby house.
It was too hot yesterday in Sacramento, including too hot to sit in these yellow chairs.
When you walk down a dark alley in a bad part of town, expect trouble. If you live near the ocean, expect sea gulls–this one is on a bathroom skylight.
This egret appears to have three legs as it walks along Carmel River Beach.
The business is gone but the building remains in the heart of a Sacramento neighborhood. With the pandemic still in play, I assume there won’t be anything done to this place in the near future. I used to buy gifts from Japan inside–there was never a line. There were buckets to catch raindrops. But theContinue reading “The Odd Shot”
In the 1960s it was common to see a hat on the rear deck of a car (the area behind the rear seat and below the rear window). But this week I spotted a sedan with three straw hats on the deck–three was a first! . Stopped and took this photo. Cool.