A visual journey through Northern California’s Coastal Redwoods and its wild coastline. The world, we are told, was made especially for man — a presumption not supported by all the facts. — John Muir No matter how much you try, the mind and circumstances tend to conspire in ways to unsettle your soul. And when … Continue reading Walking Among The Giants
I went to the Marin Headlands this weekend. It was supposed to be foggy. In other words, my kind of conditions. It was actually too foggy, so I didn’t get a chance to take too many photos. I am sharing just a handful. (Below the fold.) Anyway, just when I finished editing the blog post, … Continue reading A bridge in the fog.
I traveled to Utah for Thanksgiving 2019. For a few minutes, I got a chance to experience a real snowstorm. And just like that, it was over. I made a handful of photos. Here is one of them. Continue reading Utah is a winter dream
On the 100th day of my isolation, I decided to go and meet Chris Michel and family for a socially distant walk on the beach. Well, less beach, more sand at Fort Funston, one of the most beautiful areas of our city. Chris, obviously brought his adorably cute Berniedoodle puppy, Sadie, who was literally jumping … Continue reading In Sadie’s Footsteps
This year’s final supermoon 1 was supposed to become full this morning at 3.45 am pacific time. But it appeared large and bright to me last night. According to Space.com, May’s full moon has many nicknames, such as the Flower Moon. I was standing outside after an early dinner and saw the moon rise. I took … Continue reading SuperMoon Rises