A few weeks ago I was in California for a mini break. My friend and I had meandered up to Mendocino and beyond all the way to Westport where we stayed for a few days of just rest and reading. She did most of the resting by sleeping the days away while I did most of the reading. One afternoon, after a few hours lying on the Westport-Union Landing beach completely absorbed in my book (The Orchardist by Amanda Coplin), I went for a quick stroll and found these shells covering several rocks and grabbed these images. I love rugged natural beauty and these were just there for the enjoyment of anyone willing to make it so far north of San Francisco. #vscocam
I love signs of spring! In my home, the tell-tale sign that good times are on there way is when my hydrangea starts to show signs of life. After more than two years with this plant, I should be totally use to it by now, but to be honest, I still get so excited when I see it start to come to life!
Medellin, Colombia #vscocam
Medellin, Colombia. #vscocam
It isn’t often that one gets a late-night, on the wrong-side of the runway view of an airport, but that was just the case in Medellin, Colombia. #vscocam
Bogota. Colombia. #vscocam
Can a link of fence be interesting and beautiful? #vscocam
march 25th. spring has “arrived” but one would never know it based on the SNOW that we had this morning and the gross cold rain currently pouring down.
dear winter, i’m so done with you! #vscocam
Bogota, Colombia. #vscocam