Category Archives: Photography
San Juan de Dios Church in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Many of the poor and lower income working class of Mexico have simple Sundays going to church, and coming out to buy balloons or bubbles … Continue reading
Walking the beach a couple of weeks ago I came upon these fascinating imprints in the sand; there were multiple. I’m just guessing they are from seaweed that was brought in with the tide, then pulled out again. If someone … Continue reading
A few days away in Monterey, California, to reflect, to remember that beauty abounds; to know that friendship is sitting close together and talking about the good times. While Sally posts about Street Photography on her blog today, I chose Beach Photography. Is … Continue reading
Our recent relocation has placed us in a wonderful spot with nature that surrounds us, and calls to me. It’s all new, and I finally made a break for it yesterday afternoon to visit Round Valley Regional Preserve. This 1,911 acre preserve … Continue reading
It amazes me that serenity can be found in a bustling hospital lobby. One would think from this photograph that it was taken in a church. As we sat in the lobby waiting for the appointed hour, we listened to … Continue reading
Not what you expected from the title, right? While most people in Las Vegas are ogling the show girls, or staring at cards or slot machine screens, I tend to glance upwards at the architecture, especially at Caesar’s Palace. The … Continue reading
An Asparagus Fern seen in macro and edited in Enlight using an iPhone 6Plus. More on Sally D’s Mobile Photography Challenge can be found here.