The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of December 13, 2017. Show us your interpretation of upward movement. I didn’t get a chance to experience the Balloon Safari when I visited the San Diego Zoo Safari Park last December, but it made for an irresistible sight as it ascended 400 feet into the air.
My entry for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week. This topic is fairly self-explanatory. Let’s see how creative you can get with this topic.
Here is an event, held in late January, I’d love to experience for myself some day. I’m lucky to live along the Pacific flyway, a major migration route for all sorts of bird species, and although we do get our fair share of many types of waterfowl at Lake Natoma, it’s nothing compared to the birds to be seen in […]
The theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Letter Q – Simply needs to have the letter Q. Let’s see how creative you can we can be on this challenge. Have fun with this week’s challenge. Vaquero room at Sutter’s Fort, Sacramento: Examples of quartzite found near Lake Natoma:
This is one of a number of utility boxes around downtown Sacramento included in the Capitol Box Art Project. After seeing this work by artist Erik Hosino, I’d love to print out the map showing all the locations and go hunting for each one!
New York, 1957 — From Niagara Falls and Buffalo to the island of Manhattan and the top of the Empire State Building, with amazing views of the East River, Roosevelt Island, the Queensborough Bridge, and the Chrysler Building — I’m only sorry there aren’t more images to share from this road trip (or if there are I haven’t run across […]
Our recent drought is sadly still taking a toll on the trees around Negro Bar State Park and Mississippi Bar. It seems like every couple of weeks another big tree comes crashing down. It’s enough to keep me wary as I hike the trails!