Cali-for-ni-A

Hey ya’ll.

After a much needed social media break (sans Facebook – which might become a permanent separation) – I’m back and feeling refreshed.

Bill and I took to the California roadways in the past month.

We left a snowy Lake Tahoe in Nevada to the rain soaked and blooming neighboring state – blanketed in 50 shades of green and everything else on the color wheel.

In Sacramento the water nearly lapped Highway 50 and ducks by the thousand floated in their glory.

Working our way to Point Reyes via Hwy 37 and 1 the narrow windy roads overflowed in lushness.

“Oh my gosh – look at that.” must have passed our lips 100 times – it’s a wonder that we didn’t wreck.

The ocean sparkled, colors popped, pebbles glistened and the ice plants reached for the skies.

The desert was alive with yellow and purple as far as the eye could see. Mother nature nurtured.

Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but by the moments that take our breath away.

Inverness

Low tide at the Tomales Bay Resort Marina

Wrecked in Point Reyes

Old Man and the Sea

Dunes of Ice Plants

Glistening Pebbles

My Man

Where Ice Plants Meet the Pacific

Driftwood Art

California Cypress

Blooming Prickly Pear Cactus

Sandstone Dunes at Red Rock Canyon

Keyhole at Red Rock Canyon

They Call it Mellow Yellow

Guillermo

Cactus at Red Rock

Spring has Sprung

Catalina Island

We have big plans this year.  Stay tuned….

13 thoughts on “Cali-for-ni-A

  1. Bonnie

    Super – I have so missed your photos. Again, you are incredible and I wish so much that you would contact National Geo or Smithsonian mags – they would eat your stuff up! As always, have fun and stay safe and can’t wait to see more. Bonnie

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  2. Stephanie

    Thank you for sharing your unique and wonderful talent behind the lens and in your written words! It was so nice to spend an evening with you both! Love and hugs! Steph and Bob

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  3. flightmac

    Extraordinary, as always, Paige! We love following the travels of Bill and Paige:) Eager for more to come. We can’t imagine how you can out-do yourselves, yet we see the evidence in words and pictures! Onward!

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