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.
I’d like to know the story behind this truck in a field somewhere in Northern California wine country. There were no signs that it had been driven recently–no license plates. The tires were inflated and the headlights were in perfect shape. Strangely, I’ve seen photos of this same truck online at other photo venues. Yes,Continue reading “The Truck”
The cabbage white is the most commonly seen butterfly in my backyard, according to me. This is my most uncommon shot of one.
Bees hang on to flowers while nearby harbor seals do the same on rocks at Point Lobos.