Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge for this week is Commercial or Industrial Buildings. This week I want to see buildings of where we all work. Big skyscrapers, factories and huge warehouses that store commercial products or edible foods. A commercial building can also be a small building for those smaller stores and shops. At first I was completely intimidated by this week’s […]
A few more images from San Antonio de las Minas, near Ensenada, Mexico. The next slides were labeled “Loma Linda church.” And here my dad and another man are talking to someone he identified as Amador Roberte, possibly the pastor of the church they were visiting.
The Daily Post Weekly Photo Challenge for the week of October 28, 2016. This week, your theme is transmogrify. Transform. Morph. Change. Show us something already transformed, on the cusp of transformation, or that you wish you could transform. Share a photo of your human niece transmogrified into a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle for Halloween, or take a shot of some street art […]
Recently one of my fellow bloggers, MickETalbot, shared an image on his blog of one rock perched precariously atop another and this comment: Apart from my family I don’t personally know of anybody else who plays at rock balancing. None of them, or myself, have managed 3 high, still trying though. I live near and hike a lot in areas with […]
In 1937 an amazing 3 day event took place to celebrate the opening of a new road from Lone Pine to Death Valley. Starting with a gourd full of water taken from the highest lake in the U.S. on the side of Mt. Whitney, the gourd is taken to the lowest lake in the US – Bad Water in Death […]
Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge for this week is Houses and/or Barns. This week the topic is Houses and/or Barns. This week I want to see houses of all sorts anything from from a small shack to apartments to mansions. I also am curious where we keep our pets and animals so barns, chicken house, and dog houses are allowed as […]
Even when my dad wasn’t spending summers traveling in Mexico with Frank Gonzales, he still found opportunities to travel and meet new people. These photos were taken on his trips to Baja California with Vacation Samaritan. The Vacation Samaritans were groups of mostly young people who voluntarily traveled from their churches to work sites in Mexico. They would help build […]