Most of January has gone by in the blink of an eye, and I haven’t posted anything new.  So much for starting the new year with good resolutions! Getting back into the swing of things, here are three shots of the Golden Gate Bridge from less traditional angles. What do you think?  Do you have […]

On Today’s Date in the Past: Sparkle Boot in the Sun Sticking with It!

Another cobweb thistle in bloom last summer in Marin County On Today’s Date in the Past: Starting to Freeze Multiples:  Crosses in the Facade of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception Plaza Lights

The Point Bonita Lighthouse is only open for three hours each Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.  If you have a chance to visit it during these limited hours, you’ll walk through a hand-dug tunnel and across a suspension bridge (the only one in the United States that leads to a lighthouse) to see the second oldest […]

The Point Bonita Lighthouse is supposed to be one of the surprise gems of the Bay Area.  However, it’s only open a total of just over ten hours a week.  Walking to the entrance still offered lovely views of the Golden Gate Bridge, and the entrance itself looks like a life-sized gnome home.  After seeing […]