California’s “twisted” landscape is led by gnarled oaks. They climb up hills,line river banks and dot neighborhoods. <a href=”https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/twisted/”>Twisted</a>via Photo Challenge: Twisted
<a href=”https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/liquid/”>Liquid</a>via Photo Challenge: Liquid The big liquid for me is the Pacific Ocean. Here is a view of Point Lobos as seen through the top end of a wave crashing on the rocks.
<a href=”https://dailypost.wordpress.com/photo-challenges/place/”>Place in the World</a> When I lived in major cities like Manhattan or Los Angeles, I often dreamed of a secluded, quiet place to be. Now in the late years of my life, I go almost daily to the solitude that is no longer a fantasy. I call it “Sammy’s Beach,” in honor of ourContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Place in the World”
As I get older the number of unlikely situations for me increase. I won’t be living in Paris, or walking on stage to thunderous applause, or ,as this photo shows, I won’t be a famous baseball player like Buster Posey(#28). I am, however, a big fan who once caught a no-hitter in high school. <aContinue reading “Weekly Photo Challenge: Unlikely”
Lines. The magnificent sky, a house of God and the intersection of electrical trolley wires in downtown Sacramento are my perspective on this week’s challenge: lines.
ProlificSunsets off the Carmel coast are prolific in terms of how they differ from day to day. via Photo Challenge: Prolific
Colors, especially yellow, are most vibrant in the spring. This flower seems to cry out, I’m awake. “via Photo Challenge: Awakening
In my photos the ratio of sunrises to sunsets is one in one thousand. Since I live near the Pacific Ocean I am treated to unobstructed light shows every evening. The sunrises require I go inland, in addition to getting up early. The sunrise shot was taken from the shoulder of Interstate-5 right beforeContinue reading “WPC: Rise/Set”
My favorite place is a secluded beach at Carmel Point where the sunsets over the Pacific Ocean are amazing. via Photo Challenge: Favorite Place