I’ve shared these images before, but I was frustrated at not being able to identify the flowers, especially since I’ve noticed them in a few different places around my area lately. I finally solved the mystery today, but it was thanks to a trip to the Friends of Folsom Library’s annual book sale, where I filled a grocery bag with […]
I was standing on a small hill just above a new portion of the Johnny Cash Trail when I spotted the American River lurking behind this sign. It wasn’t until later that I realized from this perspective I can see not only the American River Canyon but also Folsom’s 1893 Dam, Folsom Prison, Folsom Lake Crossing, AND part of Folsom […]
Every generation renews itself in its own way — Sol Lewitt
My entry for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week. Large can be a matter of perspective. Although I would assume large means bigger than a human being. You can also show perspective of something real small and then something bigger than the small object. Let’s see how creative you can get.
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of March 7, 2018. For this week’s challenge, do some visual storytelling with your photography. I didn’t stick around to read the final version of the sign — maybe “Happy Independence Day” since this was near the end of June?… although it doesn’t look like she has nearly enough letters for […]
Humboldt Bay is one of the most beautiful parts of Northern California with its huge coastal redwoods and rocky shore. In this episode of California’s Golden Parks, Huell visits Fort Humbold State Historic Park, established in 1963, and learns some of the area’s darker side in the small museum dedicated to sharing the stories of conflict between the incoming settlers and […]
A cat is only itself, representative of the strong forces of life that won’t let go — Charles Bukowski