The countryside always looks picture perfect after it rains, and the sky is clear. So I’m sharing some photos I took near Bennett Way in Templeton on January 27, after it rained.
Author: Barbara Radisavljevic
Something is Happening On the Castle Grounds
It looks as though Eagle Castle in Paso Robles has finally changed hands and is about to be resurrected as something new. Here’s what’s happening on the grounds now.
Autumn Will Be Here Before We Know It
It’s beginning to look like autumn in Paso Robles. These photos were taken in the Riverbank tract and by the river.
Celebrate Independence Day in the North County
Celebrate liberty and America’s birthday throughout North San Luis Obispo County. All events are listed here for Atsacadero, Templeton, and Paso Robles. Enjoy.
Rainbow Motivates My First Photo Walk Since Surgery
A rainbow lured me out of my car to capture it on camera, but the serenity of the deserted Peachy Canyon Winery Tasting Room grounds, near where I had parked, tempted me to take additional pictures. What an oasis for the road weary in 46 West Wine Country!
Foot Surgery Kept Me Confined to Home
I break my long silence here to explain how I handled being a shut-in after my partial toe joint replacement surgery, and to share the little bit of the outdoors I had a chance to see between home and doctor appointments.
Another Day of Chasing Clouds
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Spring Has Sprung in Wine Country
I couldn’t resist a walk through the Bethel Road and Zenaida vineyards on the first day of spring to capture all the new green. Please join me on my photographic tour.
The North County Has Some Spectacular Sky Shows
If you live in North San Luis Obispo County, I hope you’ve been noticing our sky in the late afternoon and at sunset. If not, I’ve saved some photos of it for you here. Even if you have, you may have missed some of these.
Back to Exploring “My Territory” on Foot
North San Luis Obispo County has a wealth of different scenes. From the beach at Cambria to a covered bridge in Paso Robles and all the wine country in between, there is plenty of variety for those who want to explore on foot. I hope you will join me on a quick visual recap of my last few photo walks.