Archive | June, 2018

Tunnel to Crystal Cove

My visit to the beach this past Wednesday after work started with a parking lot on the other side of a very busy, wide highway. From the parking lot, one can choose to wait on the shuttle bus for a ride to the beach, or wander down the hill and through a very entertaining tunnel. […]

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Coming in for a Landing, Reflection

This picture was taken yesterday after work at Crystal Cove State Park, just south of Newport Beach and Corona Del Mar. I was shooting the colorful umbrella reflections when the seagull swooped in and added action to the picture! ~SueBee

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Wonders of the Tidepool

I took my camera to work today and headed for the beach as soon as I was off.  I’ve missed my out ‘n about adventures and figured I’d kick myself back into gear. What a grand idea it was! I drove down the coast just a bit below Newport Beach and Corona Del Mar to […]

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At Home

Since I haven’t been out and about too much here lately due to several projects I’ve been working on, I thought I’d share a few random pictures taken at home. The adorable black doggie squishing down the top of my couch is my grandpup, Kansas, belonging to my son and his husband. He was over […]

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Newport Beach at Sunset

End of the weekend, I drove down to Newport Beach Peninsula yesterday evening for a quick stroll on the beach. Luckily people had started leaving and I found a parking spot. It had been a prime Southern California almost-summer day and crowds were out in force. I watched the sun slowly set and some really […]

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Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Gardens

Having discovered these beautiful gardens in Claremont a week or two ago, they’ve definitely been added to my “visit often” list of places in Southern California! ~SueBee

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Garden Cairn

While wandering the back pathways at Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden, I was pleasantly surprised to see this cairn! ~SueBee

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Final Weekly Photo Challenge: All-Time Favorites

Sadly, this is the final Weekly Photo Challenge from WordPress, and with it, SueBee and Kat’s 130th entry. WordPress asked us to post a few of our All-Time Favorites. It would take me hours trying to determine which of thousands are my favorites, but I stumbled on the ones here. They were taken June 9, […]

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Yellow Yellow Yellow

Yellow was the eye-popping color of the day yesterday when I visited (for the very first time) Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden in Claremont. It took just about half an hour to drive the less than thirty miles from my hometown of Orange. Claremont is an adorable little college town; the highly regarded Pomona Colleges […]

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