Jackson’s three-horned chameleon (Trioceros jacksonii), is an African chameleon.
This time of year brings the most beautiful sunsets on the back bay. To shoot a sunset I always use a Polarizing filter or Neutral Density. Click to enlarge for better viewing.
I just returned from a 10 day vacation in Sedona, AZ. Some initial shots are below. More will be forthcoming. I look forward to catching up with your postings as well :O)
Such a beautiful moonset over our back-bay. Love the glistening off the water.
This painted pony and his rider were enjoying a day at Morro Strand Beach
“Raise your words, not voice. It is rain which grows flowers, not thunder.” – Rumi
When this woman walked out onto the bay and in front of the sunset I was photographing she turned looking towards the horizon, pulled back her shoulders and stood motionless for several minutes soaking in the beauty. I felt that she knew what I knew, that we are all truly connected.
I went to the San Luis Obispo Cacti and Succulent Society Annual Sale this past Memorial Day weekend. I scored on several new ceramic pots and succulents for my office as viewed here. The pots are by a local ceramic celebrity – Charles Varni.
Spring is in the air and I’ve been photographing wildflowers. Some photographs below are from our local Botanical Gardens and some from open fields. In California, provided we get enough rain, our fields will be covered in wildflowers providing GREAT opportunities for nature photographers! As always, click to enlarge and enjoy even further!
In one drop of water are found all the secrets of all the oceans; in one aspect of You are found all the aspects of existence. – Kahlil Gibran
Male Monarch Butterfly (males have a black dot on their underwings) – Monarch Butterflies winter here on the Central Coast – in Pismo Beach, Morro Bay and Pacific Grove. They return every winter between Oct. and Feb. This is a special variety of Monarch Butterfly with a life span of about 6 months. The normal life span of a common Monarch is about 6 weeks. As always, click on the image to enlarge and enjoy even further.