These California poppies (Eschscholzia californica) at Negro Bar State Park haven’t yet opened up for the day.
I believe this is St Johns wort (Hypericum perforatum). I noticed it growing along the horse trail at Negro Bar State Park. Running along the top of the hill in the background is Greenback Lane, very busy with the morning rush hour traffic.
The final segment of this series finds Huell visiting the border crossing into Mexico (where he makes friends with a drug-sniffing dog) and then exploring the town of Imperial Beach. Of course he stops to eat at the local hotspot and meets some of the town’s colorful characters before ultimately planting his small flag on California’s southwest corner. Huell finishes […]
When my neighbor’s roses are so beautiful, I can’t help but stop for a closer look!
I took another hike through the rock slide area on the bike trail today — I really do try to stay away, but there’s something really fascinating in the destruction. After more than a year, there is still no definite date for the trail to reopen; progress seems bogged down by environmental reviews, safety considerations, financial responsibility and other bureaucratic […]
The redevelopment project on the south side of Lake Natoma Crossing was finished a little over a year ago; it created an ADA (Americans with Disabilities) accessible path along the water and rerouted part of the bike trail. The construction work went on for nearly 2 years, and during that time I often stopped on the bridge to check the […]
The theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Arch, Dome or Half Circle.