Month: March 2018
Let’s Go Surfing Now……..Or Maybe Not
OR MAYBE NOT!
What do an Elephant Seal, a California Condor and a Zebra have in common? A Zebra?
They were all photographed last week along California’s Central Coast. I was thrilled to see the Condors as they hovered along the steep cliffs just south of Big Sur. The Zebras were grazing at Hearst Ranch near San Simeon and the Elephant Seals were chillin just a bit north of San Simeon. Reblogged from a…
A butcher shop in San Francisco’s Chinatown. Interesting what’s going on inside if you look closely.
The Tale or Tail Of The Squirrel
This Western Gray Squirrel surprised me one day in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains. That’s quite a tail!
Fun With Wind Turbines
Wind Turbines have become ubiquitous in the rural landscapes of the Western United States. One day I was passing through California’s Tehachapi Pass and shot these turbines at different shutter speeds that produced differing results.
About Balance In Your Life
Good article from High Country News about balancing domesticity and wilderness.
Careful where you Opt In your Facebook data
Click on Zuckerberg’s face Washington Post Article
I’d Rather Be….. Hiking With Friends at Buckskin Gulch or Spooky?
This was from a few years ago but the same friends are visiting in a few weeks. Maybe Buckskin Gulch or Hole In the Rock Road’s Spooky Gulch. OR
Saguaros Are Cool
Saguaro National Park on either side of Tuscon, Arizona, is home to the Saguaro Cactus. Growing up to 40 feet tall, these plants are native to the Sonoran Desert. Other succulents and plants in the park include the Teddy Bear Cholla, Barrel Cactus, Hedgehog Cactus, Prickly Pear Cactus and the Ocotillo. Kinda…
Wild, Wild, Wildlife at YNP
The wildlife at Yellowstone National Park is as good as it gets in our national parks. The shots below were taken in a span of just one year including winter. Probably why I voted YNP as the best national park. …