Month: June 2014
A lil’ Sand In Your Face
These young seals kick sand on themselves to keep cool and relieve itching. And sometimes you get a lil’ in the face.
Really enjoyed being out on the coast. The ocean has so many shades of blue here.
Just outside of Santa Cruz, CA the clear blue ocean crashing against these rocky shores.
Looking for Otters
High above this cove we were scanning the water for otters in the water. We spotted a few but I didn’t bring my zoom lens 😦 I used my 105mm and cropped the photo. You can see them bobbing in the water.
Northern California Hidden Cove
Took a drive down HWY 1 along the California Coast last week. Found a small pull out on the road and followed a trail to this hidden cove.
Lupine & Clover
Bight purple Lupine and pink Clover in bloom along the shoreline.
Lupine on the Lake
This Lupine on the shores of Lake Tahoe stood about three feet tall.
The restored fire lookout at Martis PEak reminds us that we need to be vigilant during the dry season. This lookout station has views of Truckee, Northstar and the Northern reaches of the Lake Tahoe Basin.
Fire Lookout Station
Drove around to the North side of Lake Tahoe. We parked an walked up to the point. We were surprised to find this restored fire lookout station at the top.