The Sunday Traveler, being very unsure of the reliability of posting my blog from my phone, waits until getting home after a weekend away. And so I will send you a postcard this evening to showcase a photo from Thursday … Continue reading
If home is where the heart is, then this is home. Benicia, in Northern California, 36 miles north of San Francisco. Benicia is one of the few little towns on the Carquinez Strait, part of a tidal estuary of the … 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
Life slowly returning to a little bit of the everyday. Early morning walks have been put on my regimen, and renew my spirit. The Universe has so wonderfully placed us a half block from a vineyard, that is really landscaping … Continue reading
Roses bow down low kissing the grass goodbye nature saying be aware ~~~ For more phoneography visit Lens and Pens by Sally for other contributions to this weekly challenge.
San Francisco, California. Market and Powell Streets. The B&W Challenge is a five-day series of all black and white photos, asking one fellow blogger each day to participate if they wish to. Today I would like to ask David Pasillas … Continue reading
The Transamerica Pyramid, a monument that has become one of the symbols of San Francisco; photo taken from Chinatown, another monument to San Francisco.
…Dry days that have led to a drought in California. A drought was declared by California’s governor earlier this month, with some counties facing mandatory water restrictions, and others on voluntary conservation. The Central Valley of Northern California where I live is … Continue reading
Nepenthe. A restaurant located in Big Sur, California 800 feet above the Pacific Ocean. The original land was owned by Orson Welles and Rita Hayworth who sold it to the Fassett family in whose hands it has stayed since 1947. … Continue reading