Old Acorn

Old Acorn (Bay Area, CA)

“I tell you everything that is really nothing, and nothing of what is everything, do not be fooled by what I am saying. Please listen carefully and try to hear what I am not saying.”

-Charles C. Finn

GG Sunrise

Cavalo Point Pier (San Francisco)

I was sitting in early morning traffic when, without thinking, I randomly took an exit that I’ve rarely taken before…and before i knew it, I was hopping over rocks and stepping around seagull poop – in heels and a business suit. It was too early for the tourists so I had the beach all to myself! Nice way to start the day…but tomorrow I think I’ll sleep in.

Bakers Beach

Bakers Beach (Bay Area, CA)

“The finest workers in stone are not copper or steel tools, but the gentle touches of air and water working at their leisure with a liberal allowance of time.”
– Henry David Thoreau

Drops On Grass

Drops On Grass (Bay Area, CA)

Meh…some drops on some grass in the garden on a wet, rainy day…no blossoms…just green sticks…bending from the wight of the wind and dew drops.

Daffodils Are Dying

The Daffodils Are Dying (Bay Area, CA)

Seems odd that only a few days after the spring equinox, the daffodils are already dying…but then again, i know so little about such things. This shot is from a late afternoon drive, when the clouds parted for a few short hours in between the rains.

Purple Jade

Purple Jade (San Francisco, CA)

A lovely afternoon with a favorite friend who lives on one of my favorite streets in one of my favorite cities. It was raining buckets, but even the darkest blossoms seemed to find some fun.

Orange Equinox

Orange Equinox (Bay Area, CA)

When the clouds parted for a few hours this afternoon, the hills were amazingly green but this little patch of orange caught my eye. Happy Spring Equinox!

Storm Brewing

Storm Brewing (Monterey, CA)

The coast along this stretch of highway is incredibly beautiful. Even when the fog rolls in, it’s perfect for a quiet, brooding walk along a cold and windy beach.

White Orchid

White Orchid (Bay Area, CA)

“Flowers…are the hieroglyphics of angels, loved by all for the beauty of their character, though few can decipher even fragments of their meaning.” -Lydia M. Child