Weekend Photos

What a beautiful weekend!

I heard there’s a chance we might get a little rain by next weekend?

I hope we do!

I would love to have a fire in the fireplace.

In the meantime,

My backyard thinks it’s spring.

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Flowers are blooming, the hummingbirds are “swarming” all day long.

And oh yes, the bees are busy buzzing.

(Try saying “the bees are busy buzzing” five times real fast!)

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I went for a long walk at Crystal Cove State Park in Newport Beach on Saturday.

I wanted to enjoy the clouds.

(Don’t laugh … clouds are unusual and SPECIAL here!)

I started at one end of the park.

This was the view looking south, in the direction of Laguna:

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After a few quick clicks,

I went down to the beach and walked south a couple miles.

It was a spectacular afternoon.

I took a LOT of photos.

(Where is Paul Newman when I need him?  I wish I could pull him out of a drawer/cupboard/closet every time after I’ve done a lot of shooting!)

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The day ended with the amazing sunset photo I posted yesterday.

What the hell,

Here it is again in case you didn’t check in over the weekend:

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The above photo was taken from the same point where I started my walk,

But the sunset photo was taken looking to the north towards Newport Harbor.

I love chasing sunsets.

Especially when I get rewarded with a great light show like the one above.

On Sunday morning, I drove to San Onofre State Beach.

I wanted to check out the tidepools at low tide.

They weren’t too exciting though – mainly just zillions of sea urchins.

And rocks …

Lots and lots of rocks.

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It was a perfect beach day, but I didn’t stay too long.

I walked a couple miles, but that was about it.

(It was just long enough to get hit on by a middle-aged surfer dude, but that story should be saved for an entirely separate post.)

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