There is so much to see at the de Young Museum in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, I’m not sure it’s possible to absorb it all in just one day. Even though I spent at least a couple of hours there, it now feels like I rushed through in my hurry to get to the California Academy of Sciences across […]
I noticed this small butterfly along the bike trail a couple of days ago, and I’ve been trying to identify it ever since. I’m certainly no butterfly expert, but clearly it’s not a swallowtail. After searching Google, the nearest match seems to be Colias alfacariensis, also known as Berger’s clouded yellow. The problem is that this species seems to be […]
I found these beauties growing along the shore of Lake Natoma, their faces turned east to catch the morning sunlight.
I found a series of colorful but rather plaintive handwritten notes lying along the ground this morning as I hiked down the Pioneer Express Trail toward Negro Bar.