More than a month later, I’m finally getting around to editing and posting the photos from the Blue Morpho exhibit at the Powell Gardens.  What do you think?  Do you have a favorite photo below? Metamorphosis Photo #1.  Hungry caterpillar.    Metamorphosis Photo #2.  Chrysalis.   Metamorphosis Photo #3.  Hatched. On Today’s Date in the […]

The Northern Cardinal is so well-loved that it has been named the official bird of seven states.  I have been stalking female cardinals all spring.  While I know I still have so much to learn as a photographer, here were three shots that were decent enough to share.  What do you think?  Do you have […]

On Today’s Date in the Past: Cake Box Busy as a Bee

It’s been fun watching the cardinals pair up for spring.  It looks like the male brings the female bits of food some of the time. I  just hope to be able to find nests of eggs to (carefully) photograph soon! On Today’s Date in the Past: One Thing, Three Ways:  The Winery SF One Thing, […]

I’m  not sure what these are, but they the look like a kale plant ran into a cauliflower.  There were a ton of them off to the side at the Kauffman Memorial Garden waiting to be planted when I visited last. On Today’s Date in the Past: One Thing, Three Ways:  Wine Barrels One Thing, […]

On Today’s Date in the Past: Bay Bridge:  Old and New Times Square is So Overwhelming… Neon Mickey D’s Wordless Wednesday:  Nest

I love that my company doesn’t just celebrate Earth Day, but Earth Week.  Every day this week we were challenged to embrace a different activity to help our planet.  Today we were welcome to take oak seedlings from the atrium home to plant.  I helped myself to four cherrybark oak seedlings that my son helped […]