Before I started working (about three weeks ago), my neighbor took me to her and her husband’s ranch up in Sonoma County in Cazadero. Continue reading “A little ranch with that Pinot?”
My wife and I saw a few of these guys by the reservoir at Pinnacles National Park a few weekends ago. Continue reading “The Blue-eyed Darner at the Pinns”
I bet you probably don’t believe me, but it’s true. I mean, we all know there is no war in SF… (or at least not the same kind of war), but some places look like they’ve been bombed!
When the Loma Prieta Earthquake hit San Francisco in 1989, the plant you are about to see in the photos was shut down. It had previously served as storage for grain that was brought in by train and then shipped out by boat for export. It is now a piece of art that looks normal during the day but reveals its wonders at night!
This is my twelfth 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 “an expression we like.”
That’s right! Today marks the first anniversary of this blog. Who would have thought that a year could be so… full of photographs?
This might just be another instance where I need your help figuring out which exact species the guys in the pictures are.
This is my twenty-fifth participation in the Weekly photo challenge. This week’s theme is “threshold.”
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!
Tired of my birds yet? I really hope not because there are lot more coming your way in the next few weeks…