Here are a few pictures I neglected to upload over the summer:
I’m reminded of a saying, as found on a bench in the park where several of these pictures were taken:
“We abuse land because we regard it as a commodity belonging to us – when we see land as a community to which we belong, we may begin to use it with love and respect.” – Aldo Leopold.
I love eyes.
In spite of the dryness that is Death Valley, some things still manage to grow and enjoy the elements as is. Good life lesson, I suppose. Here are two photos from my most recent jaunt through Death Valley:
We were out on a Sunday drive this past week when we stumbled upon a small goat farm and, needing some pictures for the Grumpy Goat Pizza Company, we stopped and snapped a couple of pictures to throw up on their website. Here are some of them:
Photo credits: Thanks goes to the goats, which can be found at Moreno Farms or Jewkes Livestock, based out of Hooper, Utah. Contact is Joey Jewkes (phone: 801.791.5243). Thanks for letting us take some pictures of your goats!!
Here are some flowers + greenery shots taken a couple of weeks back. All of these were taken in California in a small town between San Francisco and Sacramento.
While driving back through San Francisco I was stuck in a good sized rain storm. Though I didn’t get too good a view of the Golden Gate Bridge, I did come away with these “fog shots.”