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.
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.
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.
Chasing Clouds at Zenaida
I stopped off at Zenaida to photograph the sky tonight and was delighted to also be able to get close to some cattle I’ve wanted to catch with my camera for a long time. Here are a few of my sky shots and one of the cattle.
Do You Really See the Trees?
When is the last time you really noticed the trees downtown? Was it when they were in bloom? When their leaves changed color in autumn? Or do you really see them at all?
Looks Like Spring is Almost to the North County
Don’t miss seeing this special tree while it’s blooming.
Larry Moore Park Needs Some Maintenance
Larry Moore Park needs some help. It’s badly in need of maintenance.
Paso Robles Vineyards in Mid-December
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Paso Robles Festival of the Arts 2011 Has Left the Park, but Not My Heart
If you were unable to attend the 2011 Paso Robles Festival of the Arts, come along with me and see some of what you missed. Even I couldn’t see all of it. Even if you were there, your experience could have been totally different than mine, since there were so many choices of activities, and so much to see.
The Salinas River Sights in Early May, Paso Robles
Walk with me along what’s left of the Salinas River on May 4, 2011, and see what has changed since April. The poison hemlock and thistle are blooming and more than ducks are swimming.