Archive | October, 2015

Halloween House

Just a wee bit of editing fun on shot of a house in Santa Ana, in honor of Halloween tomorrow! Note: not Photoshop since I don’t own it, nor have a clue about using it. ~SueBee

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It’s the Great Pumpkin!

While visiting South Coast Botanic Garden in Rancho Palos Verdes a few weeks back, I felt lucky to see the great pumpkin! The garden has a multitude of pathways, so it’s well possible that I’d have wandered around for hours and never seen this master of pumpkins. As it was closing time, I didn’t have a chance […]

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An Autumn Day in Oak Glen, part 2

…continuing from my Part 1 Oak Glen post, please enjoy some additional beautiful scenery, along with the pumpkin patch at Los Rios Ranch. ~SueBee

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An Autumn Day in Oak Glen, part 1

A glorious day was spent on the mountain at Oak Glen, California, yesterday. The weather wasn’t quite as chilly as I’d hoped for, but in the upper 70s, it was more refreshing than the heat we’ve been having in Orange County. Fall colors hadn’t kicked in entirely yet, but a bit here and there brought […]

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Flash Mob Dance

When Kat and I took the train to downtown Los Angeles a few weeks ago, we were surprised by this flash mob dancing in Union Station, the main train depot. It was awesome! ~SueBee

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Parasailing Oregon’s Columbia River Gorge

While in Portland last month, I was lucky to connect with an old friend from my Irish Dancing dressmaking days. She picked me up from my hotel, and took me on the most fabulous drive up the Columbia River Gorge. The weather was clear and sunny, just perfect for touring. Spectacular scenery was on every […]

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Catching Some Rays

I spotted this blond lovely, catching some rays outside a vintage shop in Palm Springs this past weekend. 😉 ~SueBee

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Cabazon Dinosaurs

Returning from Palm Springs yesterday afternoon, at near 100 degree blistering temperature, I took a quick turn off the freeway at Cabazon to get something cold to drink. I’d never stopped at the touristy dinosaur place previously, although I’ve driven past dozens of times. I decided to snap a couple pictures while I was right […]

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Brief Visit to the Garden

(11 photos in gallery) Toward the end of September, I was in the area of South Coast Botanic Garden on the Palos Verdes Peninsula, and stopped for a short walk. It was too hot to cover much of the garden, but I enjoyed watching an artist at work, finding numerous benches hidden throughout, and the […]

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Boundaries, 2

A second entry to this week’s Photo Challenge, Boundaries, was taken beneath downtown Los Angeles in the Metro station. The photo was taken last week when Kat and I took the train to downtown, and then hopped on the subway to reach the Broad Museum area. That was my first time riding the subway in L.A. […]

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Boundaries

This week’s Photo Challenge, Boundaries, states “Boundaries impose limits on us, whether they’re social constructs or real, physical objects”. I chose this photo, taken at Portland Oregon’s Japanese Garden, as an example of countless boundaries faced by those wheelchair-bound individuals or others with physical disabilities. For additional examples of Boundaries, please click here. ~SueBee

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