I met this guy and came eye to eye with him this weekend and he was beautiful and stunning. He was shot when he was two years old and had to have his wing amputated. What kind of person shoots a Bald Eagle?
He holds his head high in pure magnificence!
Ran into this beauty in a clients backyard this morning
Sequoiadendron Giganteum or Giant Sequoia are absolutely indescribable. They are similar to the giant redwoods at Muir Woods.
These are located in the Mariposa Grove at Yosemite National Park in California. The pictures do not do these giants justice as to how large they actually are. Being in the grove is stunning and just beautiful and very surreal.
We paid $25 each for an hour and a half guided tour on a tram which was well worth the money. You can hike through the grove but it is several thousand feet in elevation change.
I was up early on our fourth day, my day, a bucket list day. Growing up I became a Beach Boys fan, not just Surfin USA and Help Me Rhonda, but the great harmonies of the late sixties and early seventies like Trader and California Saga. They sang about John Steinbeck and places like Salinas,… Continue reading California Dreaming (Day 4)
There are some places where Mother Nature took a few extra moments to put things in the proper place…
Every where we went in California the terrain, vegetation, trees and landscapes were all different and Pebble Beach was no different. They even have their own tree which only found there called the Monterey Cypress.
Pebble Beach is not just a golf course but a rather large private community that you pay $10 for the privilege to drive through…worth every penny.
Some of the landscapes I saw are unbelievable in their beauty and serenity…………