We are so lucky to have a pair of bald eagles nesting at Lake Natoma for the second year in a row. Their aerie is located high in a pine tree which hangs over the edge of the bluffs, only a short walk from my house. A couple of days ago I hiked down below the bluff to the bike […]
My neighbor works so hard at tending her beautiful roses that it makes me sad she had to put this sign up on her fence. I hope the guilty party gets the message so we can all continue to enjoy the fruits of her labor.
My entry for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week. Your photos can show anything that covers the ground like: sand, dirt, grass, paths, walks, trails, etc. This is a topic you can really enjoy. Let’s see how creative you can get.
Mallard pairs form long before the spring breeding season. Pairing takes place in the fall, but courtship can be seen all winter. Only the female incubates the eggs and takes care of the ducklings — All About Birds
In the final edition of the Weekly Photo Challenge, Daily Post staff contributors share their favorite photos and invite you to do the same. All-Time Favorites — Trying to choose my favorite photo is nearly impossible, but I’ve chosen this image because I love the silhouette of the pigeons’ flight against the grey, overcast sky — and because it reminds me of how happy I felt in that moment, standing in the middle of the bridge, looking down into the Sacramento River and feeling a cool breeze on my face.
This is an episode I’ve been looking forward to, and clearly Huell was excited about it as well. After watching this, I’ve added a few more items to my list of must-see places in California, like the Rainbow Trail along Taylor Creek and the mansions of the Tallac estates. Lake Tahoe is a very special place, nestled in the Sierra […]