This is my sixty-first participation in the “photo of the month” challenge. Since this is a French-speaking group, I put the translation below. On the 15th of every month, bloggers from all over the world post a photo on a predetermined subject. This month’s topic is “the wind.” Continue reading “La photo du mois: le vent”
We ended up at Mori Point in Pacifica, CA a few times right around the time the whales got beached earlier this year. Continue reading “Mori Point: a trail mix…”
All right. That was lame! Here is a House Sparrow… Continue reading “Jack the Sparrow…”
Unfortunately, this is becoming an all-too-common trend at Sharp Park Beach in Pacifica. Another whale got beached. Except this time they believe it was hit by a ship. Continue reading “Whale tofu by the sea”
Maybe not so appetizing once you see the photos though… Continue reading “Whale bacon by the sea”
I’m trying new Lightroom settings. Not sure what to think about it… You guys let me know what your thoughts are. Continue reading “High tide”
It took a while to be able to understand the difference between the Western Tiger Swallowtail and the Anise Swallowtail, but I think I finally figured it out.
Continue reading “The Anise Swallowtail”
I never thought I could photograph a humming bird. Those guys are so fast and when they are on branch, they blend in and yu can really see them. Imagine how excited I was when I finally was able to take a picture of one!
Continue reading “Anna’s Hummingbird at Milagra Ridge”
Over winter break, we took the kids on a series of mini field trips around the Bay and ended up visiting Sanchez Adobe in Pacifica. Continue reading “Sanchez Adobe… and speakeasy”