An evening in the garden at the Monterey Museum of Art at the La Mirada mission birthed striking shots of these lovely beauties.
She watched us from her post –impatience on her brow, pollen on her chin. Our work in the garden bed was keeping her from the red blossoms of her sage. And there was still plenty of feasting to be done.
We were excited about this wine: a Louis Jadot Puligny-Montrachet 1984. It had sat quietly waiting in the darkness of the cellar where flecks of mold found their way along the label. But the contents remained clear. As we poured the wine into our glasses, we marveled at the intenseness of its color made ever more brilliant by the final rays of the setting sun.
We sat, quiet, watching the afternoon sun throw gems through the church windows of our wine.
I don’t know if Little Richard is practicing the principles of tai chi and is rusty about the Golden Rooster Stands on One Foot maneuver or if he is merely airing out his slippers. In any case, this little Mille Fleur d’Uccle bantam rooster lives up to his hype. In French, “Mille Fleur” translates as “Thousand…
Winged 2 @ #elkhornslough Graceful dinosaurs of the air #pelicans #birds
A few moments in the late afternoon along the slough. The beating of wings. The splash of a dive. The call of delight. Winged.
We need to talk about Kevin. #catsoftwitter #catlife
#WineWednesday @KarltheFog “Today’s forecast: mostly foggy with a high chance of forgetting what warmth feels like.”
#Fogust continues. I was 15 miles inland before the clouds broke. Suddenly the house Chardonnay in a water glass was a beautiful thing.
@CornellBirds #BirdCams started out as entertainment for my cat. now I watch more often than she does.
Two years ago, I enrolled in an introduction to digital photography course. I felt that I was finally ready to step into the world of DSLR. A friend helped me pick out the best “starter” camera (a Nikon D3200), and I was ready to become a photojournalist extraordinaire. And then reality hit. There is more…