Today’s single object is playground equipment, found in Knoll Park, photographed from various different angles.
Today’s single object is this set of photos taken during my morning walk of this Japanese Garden/Front-yard on Deerfield Drive, close to the Deerfield Park.
The single object of today’s set is a white Amaryllis, that is photographed from various angles and positions.
The single object of today’s set is a garden rock formation, photographed from various angles and positions.
The object of today’s set was a special twisted and almost dead tree trunk I found along the walking trail behind the houses on Country Hills Drive.
The object of today’s set was Delta de Regional Trail/Contra Costa Canal Bridge spanning the canal providing for the pedestrian on the Hillcrest side a shortcut to Carpinteria Drive.
Today’s photos were taken inside the house of our Gnome, who has no name, in various positions. This is the first time I tried this.
Today’s photos were taken during my morning walk. They are of Front Yards that have been kept maintained during the rainy session.
Today’s photos of Yellow Mustard Seed Plant were taken during my morning walk along the Northern Border of the Prewett Burrowing Owl Preserve.
Today, being Saint Patrick’s Day, it is only appropriate to take pictures that contain lots of green. To do so Dianne and I went to the Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve to take pictures of the green foothills. It will not take much time and the green will change to the California Gold.