Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Tawny cat

This may be the same cat I photographed a few weeks ago.

Heavenly Bamboo

aka Nandina Domestica.

X marks the spot

Comtrails at sunset.

Sunday, March 12, 2006

Giant Bird of Paradise

If you look to the right you'll see the orange variety most people are more familiar with.

Redbud Tree

I love the heart shaped leaves.

Still blustery out

I see the city has been busy using sandblasting to remove grafitti from brick walls, sidewalks, and even a palm tree. I had to keep a sharp eye out because that loose sand makes the sidewalks slippery.
The daffodils are starting to bloom, as well as the ornamental cherries and the redbud tree.

Saturday, March 11, 2006

Swaying Palms

I took this yesterday during high winds. Today's walk was postponed due to rain.

Tuesday, February 28, 2006

I never noticed this moss before today even though I've walked by this tree a dozen times. Posted by Picasa

An American icon with international signage is a good example of the local ethnic diversity. This was a delivery truck making it's morning rounds at the local restaurants. Posted by Picasa

I do this type of photography like people play golf...I shoot it where it lies. I leave it just as I found it. More new graffiti. Posted by Picasa

I figured I better get my walk in between storms. Here is some beautiful striped eucalyptus bark. I took botany in college and just can't resist photographing good bark. Posted by Picasa

Saturday, February 18, 2006

Pansy Posted by Picasa

Perhaps a primrose. Posted by Picasa

Echeveria Posted by Picasa

I spotted this car missing 1 front tire and having 3 funny tires on the other wheels. Posted by Picasa

Wednesday, February 08, 2006

New graffiti in the alley. Posted by Picasa

Two strays with no collars or tags. Sure hope they find their way back home. Posted by Picasa

True love? Posted by Picasa

Last night's smoky sunset. Posted by Picasa

Monday, February 06, 2006

When I went outside this morning, the air had a yellow glow. So I figured there was a fire somewhere nearby. I walked back in and the news showed the Corona fire, so I'm pretty sure that is where the smoke is from. Corona is about a 30 min. freeway drive from here. Posted by Picasa

Foam animals for the 3D traditional archery shoot. Posted by Picasa

The big guy. Posted by Picasa

Tapo Campground bow making workshop. Posted by Picasa

Tapo Campground.After the fire a few years ago, a lot of baby trees have sprouted. Posted by Picasa

Friday, February 03, 2006

Snoopy getting ready for Valentine's Day. Posted by Picasa

Branches. Posted by Picasa

Everytime this fence is fixed, someone breaks it down again. This has been going on for years. Posted by Picasa

Cat staring at me. Posted by Picasa

Cat on Delano St. Posted by Picasa