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Brie Anne Demkiw, in the Weekly Photo Challenge, has asked us to show the forces of nature from our corner of the world; she does make mention of the fast-moving fog in San Francisco, so I thought I’d show an … Continue reading
I am challenged when it comes to looking under the hood of a car. To me, this is the most intricate of work. I mean, all those tubes and hoses going who knows where.
The field down the road is in constant change, but nothing captures my eye so much as when the bales of hay sit in the field waiting to dry a bit before being loaded onto trucks to be taken away. I took … Continue reading
Twirling in my nightgown in the morning light, camera in hand; I snapped the photo unintentionally.
My favorite meal while in Cancun. Shrimp fresh out of the sea, and avocado from nearby trees. A little chopped tomato, and cilantro, a squeeze of lime. The freshest of fresh! Buen provecho.
The entrance walls to Ek Balam, ancient Mayan ruins in Yucatan. What do these walls reveal about the peoples that lived here? I’ve never felt such a pull as here. It was good that we could touch these walls, … Continue reading
Orange Gerbera Daisy atop a red one in their final droop A group of crabs hanging out on the ice at the grocer’s My friend in Kauai who says orange you glad to be here?
The Sunday Traveler feels trips into San Francisco are a bit of cheating as far as traveling goes; I only have to get on the local rapid transit (BART) and take a quick 30 minute ride to get there. But … Continue reading
Serenity is where you find it. This gentleman found it in a church in Mexico. I found it today when I picked up my laptop from the repair shop after a week going blind trying to do everything on my … Continue reading