I am always amazed at the creativity of the human race. And the San Diego Quilt Show is a wonderful place to ponder the creative spirit in each of us. Here are a few pictures from the 2012 Quilt Show, which also held a special exhibit to honor Kim Graf.Continue Reading

This sunset deserves its own blog entry.  It was taken from my neighbor’s patio, looking over Gird Valley and the Fallbrook Golf Course to the western hills, the Green Canyon ridge line.  Enjoy the slideshow!

Friends and neighbors recently enjoyed an evening at the Temecula Valley Polo Club.  We had an absolutely fabulous time, in a wonderful setting,    watching the quick and nimble little ponies and their riders.  I hope you enjoy this slideshow.

It’s April and time for the Coronado Flower Show, one of my favorite places to go. Hope you like this tour! Coronado Flower Show 2012:

The Jefferson Library is a national treasure.  Considered one of the world’s most beautiful buildings when it opened in 1898, it is just as lovely today.  I visited it in June 2013 and took some pictures.  Hope you enjoy them. The Jefferson Library is one of the three buildings that Continue Reading

There is something special about DC at sunset.  I hope you enjoy this short slideshow of pictures I took with my FujiFilm FinePix camera while walking home February 5 and 6th. At the end I’ve popped in five pictures I took last weekend with my iPhone, walking home from dinnerContinue Reading

It’s the Inauguration Day of the second term of the Republic’s first multi-racial president – and it happened to fall on the federal holiday marking the birthday of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  Lots of excitement, some great music, and pomp and circumstance – which you can viewContinue Reading

It’s been about 3 months since I moved from Fallbrook, California -1,700 people per square mile – to Washington, DC – 10,000 people per square mile.  Yes, it’s been an adjustment.  No avocados, citrus trees or cowboy hats.  Lots of suits, briefcases and people walking. No coyotes or quail; lotsContinue Reading

Naturally occurring genetic mutations are part of the evolutionary process and color mutations are some of the most visually exciting to humans. A book by Jeff Richter on the white deer of Wisconsin was featured on PBS. There are reports of black deer in Texas, photographed beautifully by Richard Buquoi.Continue Reading