No words necessary for lakes in all seasons.
Memorial Day in the US is the traditional start to summer, which brings throngs of people to lakes, rivers and oceans. Perhaps, but not in 2020… ...as the threats of exposure and illness from the coronavirus keep people home and away from their favorite leisure spaces. Even as most US states have opened up for … Continue reading Sunday Stills: Life in a #Waterworld
The last day of June 2019 is a wonderful way to spend in the outdoors, our theme for this week’s Sunday Stills photo challenge. June was National Great Outdoors Month, which seems appropriate as many folks begin their summer vacations. To help inspire you, today I am sharing some of my favorite photos of this … Continue reading Sunday Stills: The Great #Outdoors
The theme “warmth” for this week’s Sunday Stills photo challenge conjures a variety of ideas. For many, it has been a cold, harsh winter. I spent last weekend in South Lake Tahoe for our Ladies Retreat. The Sierra Nevada mountains in May can be warm, cold or both! This time, although the nights and early … Continue reading Sunday Stills: Seeking #Warmth
The weekly photo challenge suggests sharing our fleeting moments, those memories that will soon disappear and pass out of sight. "It's a moment that I am after, a fleeting moment, but not a frozen moment!" Andrew Wyeth When spring and summer descent upon Northern California, you know it! But when winter descends onto a perfectly … Continue reading Evanescent Spring Snow
Foggy is the theme for Jennifer Nichole Wells' One Word Photo Challenge. The fog rises slowly in Malibu in August, creating an ethereal quality in the air. Off camera were lines of morning surfers eagerly awaiting the waves. In a similar photo taken a couple of years later in December, a foggy winter sunrise brings … Continue reading Foggy Sunrise