When the tides are extraordinarily low, as they were today, it’s fun to go look at what I call “low tide art,” carvings in the sand banks that’s only visible during these very low tides.
Here’s one of the best I found today in Ocean Beach:
Would that qualify as public art?
I think I might have gotten a one-of-a-kind picture of the Super Blue Blood Moon just minutes for the eclipse, and minutes before sunrise here in San Diego started interfering too severely with the moon.
You be the judge.
A macro lens allows you to see the prehistoric creature hiding in the flowers, about to nip your nose as you smell them.
I was hiking out in the woods in the boondocks recently when I came upon this:
The sign above the door says, “The Imagination Book Club.”
This was out in the woods in the boondocks. I’m not sure how many people actually make it out there, but apparently some do. Curtains on the windows, blinds on the door window, and even that table lamp just inside the door.
I never found a way to get over to it from where I was. This is a great example of where you can go—so to speak—if you have a 600mm lens on your camera!
I see lots of little faces with eyes wide open hiding behind hands that are giving me the middle finger. What do you see?
DISCLOSURE: I did tell them that they were pretty and that I would put them on Facebook….
Taken with my Tamron 90mm Macro lens.
A string of itty bitty teeny tiny little succulent flowers
Another itty bitty teeny tiny little succulent flower
More itty bitty teeny tiny little succulent flowers
Honeybee on aloe flowers
This little fellow stood for the longest time looking at me. I got several pictures and told him I was going to put him on Facebook, at which point he scurried away.