I had a burst of inspiration when I left the house, but it turned out to be a bust. During my return back home, I spotted these two beauties on the side of the road. I had to stop.
I love my neighborhood. The homes here have so much character, especially when lit up at night. I particularly love the smaller ones like this.
When the Steps meet the Sand meeting the Sea (featuring my feet)
This tree is right up the street from our home. As you can imagine, it stands out from the rest in the neightborhood. I decided to take a shot of it at night with the clouds rolling in. Here's what came of it.
I think it was a hit.
Women's open at the Shaper Studio's Surf Invitation 2016.
The competition area for the 2016 Shaper Studios Surf Invitational
A beautiful worship service set at the Mexico/US border at Friendship Park in Imperial Beach, CA.
Jumping in the sand was tougher than we thought; especially when we needed to syncronize it with the camera timer.
Greeted this morning by the real dawn patrol.
A day date with Korrie kayaking in Lake Murray, La Mesa, CA
My first motion shot with a bird! It actually worked.
Korrie and I took a day trip to grab our Christmas Tree. We saw this on the side of the road and had to stop. We saw more mailboxes here than houses on the entire drive.
I found moss in a mini cave in North Birdrock. I couldn't really call them caves.
This was growing through a tiny crack in the sidewalk. Nothing can stop nature.