I always have a tough time making good photographs at the zoo — there’s either a wire fence in the way or there’s glass or plastic barriers creating troublesome reflections. Yet I keep going back, wanting to see the animals and hoping to do better with my camera.
Saturday Farmers Market around the Historic Railroad Turntable and Public Plaza in Historic Folsom every Saturday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., year-round! Certified farmers’ locally grown seasonal fruits and vegetables. Freshly made baked goods, fresh eggs and dairy items, live music and so much more! Saturday Farmers Market
My entry for Cee’s Black & White Photo Challenge this week.
You might be tempted to think that the Golden Gate Bridge is one of a kind — but you’d be mistaken. I’m actually kind of amazed that I haven’t already shared this episode of California’s Gold… especially since one of the replicas just happens to reside at my alma mater, and I’ve walked across it any number of times! Huell visits […]
Fort Point is considered one of the finest examples of military architecture in the United States and is San Francisco’s only major building constructed before the Civil War which has remained basically unchanged since it was completed and garrisoned in February 1861. Two months later the firing on Fort Sumter, South Carolina…clearly demonstrated that brick and granite fortresses could not withstand the devastating power of the rifled cannon. Fort Point was the last such fortress to be constructed — Fort Point Museum Association plaque
The theme for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is Cold.
It was October 1996 when I first visited this stretch of the American River with the Big Guy. We rode across a small pedestrian bridge (officially named Jim’s Bridge as of 1989) on our bikes to explore the north bank, looking for promising fishing spots along Sacramento Bar. I had seen this particular bridge many times but had never set […]