On Sunday I took photos of my cousin for her senior pictures at my favorite place.
I used my trustworthy Nikon d80 for those. But I stole a moment, pulled my phone out of my pocket and took some pics of my own. This was one of many.
It was a beautiful Southern Californian day.
Incoming thunder storms. Absolutely no filters. 100% iPhone 4S.
A pink rose…can’t think of a more perfect flower.
Sailing on the ocean blue…………
The Sea Gull. The one that tries to snatch food out of your hands and hope for a delicious finger on the side.
The bird that tries to act like he’s not watching your every movement, but it’s so freaken obvious it’s ridiculous.
Yeah…while docked, the bastards were preying on the innocent flesh of swim suited humans.
Yesterday was such a weird day. To use a burnt out cliche…such an emotional roller coaster.
A look back at the whirlwind of emotions I went through…most people do that within a few months. Me…one day.
I was told to keep an eye on my drama, real, imagined, thrown at me or self-inflicted.
I really don’t know what calm normality is.
When hiking up Mt. Rubidoux in Riverside most people take pictures of the people hiking. Or of the trail.
I take random tree pictures that don’t show any of the mountain or trail.
A little black and white for you. :)
Tree Magnificent playing with the flamboyant clouds on a windy spring day.
The sea gives and takes. A perfect relationship.