Archive | March, 2018

Weekly Photo Challenge: Rise/Set

This week’s Photo Challenge is Rise/Set… we’re asked to showcase sunrise or sunset. I chose two sunsets, both taken in Southern California, featuring silhouettes. The beach picture was taken near Newport Beach Pier. The city skyline was taken from the parking structure rooftop at The Grove, a beautiful, outdoors shopping center on the west side […]

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Crowded Sea

The giant Pacific Ocean and it’s that crowded in one particular spot near Newport Beach, California. ~SueBee

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New Orleans Doors, 2

Finishing up pictures from my New Orleans trip with one additional gallery of front doors on homes in the Garden District. What a wonderful trip I had to a fantastic city. I hope to return again one day. ~SueBee

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Favorite Place

My entry into this week’s Photo Challenge of a Favorite Place is a picture I took at Southern California’s Corona Del Mar beach. It truly is a favorite place. When my mom passed away nearly two years ago, her ashes were scattered at sea, as per her wishes, joining my dad. That same day, my […]

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Doors of New Orleans, 1

(15 photos) Pulling from the stockpile of photos I took on my recent trip to New Orleans, this gallery features beautiful front doors in the Garden District. I found them intriguing, so very tall; I was fascinated by the gas lighting, they exuded such elegance.~SueBee

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Weekly Photo Challenge: Story

This week WordPress asks us to tell a story with our pictures so I chose ones I took in downtown Los Angeles. This wonderfully friendly homeless man told me his story… of having been a fighter, a boxer. I must admit to cringing when he insisted on showing me his art form as he boxed […]

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Lovely Leaf

Today’s picture features a very pretty leaf that I noticed while visiting the Fullerton Arboretum recently. ~SueBee

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Rainy Day at Cal Poly’s Taste of the Farm Store

Yesterday, Kat, her husband, her girlfriend and I visited Kat’s univeristy alma mater, California Polytechnic University, aka Cal Poly Pomona. The Farm Store had an event going featuring fruit and vegetables grown on campus. The university is super cool, because being a polytechnic school, it features hands-on learning. The campus is on the site of […]

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Abandoned in Rhyolite

The inside of an old building that had long since been abandoned in Rhyolite, a ghost town in Death Valley National Park. My friends, Aranka and George, toured me through there last year when I visited. It’s a fascinating place. ~SueBee

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