The website is back and no longer under construction! The process of learning to do this has me seriously nerded out. I mean that in a positive way. So, what does this have to do with today’s photo, you might wonder? Well, all self-respecting nerds … Continue readingKeep Flying
Bugs and Construction…what do the two have in common? Well, first, this is a very belated post about Pacific Wildlife Care’s annual meeting, which was…oh…last winter. Yep, very belated. I have to say, I never knew that playing with bugs could be so fun! After … Continue readingBugs and Construction
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted, and much has happened. Most notably, Pacific Wildlife Care has had a couple of great functions. Their Soupabration back in October was a blast. The soup was wonderful, but my favorite part was seeing their wildlife ambassadors. Here are … Continue readingPacific Wildlife Care
I was in SLO this Sat, and happened by the tracks on my way to Del Monte. A train was idling and looked like it had been dropped directly from The Great Gatsby. I whipped out my camera and went to investigate. Well, it turns … Continue readingAAPRCO – How Cool is That?
It looks like this wasp is posing for the camera with a big smile. I got pretty close to the succulent for the shot, and he was kind enough not to sting me.
It may seem like I’ve Photoshopped the heck out of this image, but no! These are the colors just as I found them. I was putting out the trash one morning, and I had a lucky convergence of light, green bin weathering, and a … Continue readingEarly AM Beauty
I happened upon this cricket during our move. He sat there most of the day. Maybe he enjoyed the modeling! Or maybe he was too terrified to move along. 😉
I’m going to call this BBQ Chic. It’s amazing what can be found when one looks closely.
I was up north shooting, trying to beat the storm coming in. A crow happened to land on the stop sign near me, and he turned into one of my better shots of the day.
This elephant seal pup was hanging out north of Cambria. I love to go see them when the babies are born. Their squeaky litle barks are pretty funny, but by this time next year, they’ll sound more like the big boys.