textures and feelA fall afternoon around the iconic Morro Rock on the California central Coast.
This shot from December 2014 shows the rock in context of Morro Bay, Cayucos and a few of the other "sisters-" those volcano plug peaks that spine the central coast.
getting it done
A shout out to the Cubs, finally! Reared in Indiana one infuses a certain Cubness even if your favorite team is something else. Non fans suffer with friends who are loyal, so their win in game 7 was sweet. It was an exciting, perhaps one of the most exciting World Series ever. And so we'll dispose of all that mumbo jumbo about a curse and a goat and all of that. And since we are, may I suggest a new goat as a curse on all of the self righteous in the world. Please welcome the new goat, James Comey.
See you down the trail.
I'd admired Comey for standing by his principles but he seems to have bowed to Conservatives in a way that sets a dangerous precedent for our electoral process.ReplyDelete
Whatever, however, he has stirred up the proverbial hornets nest.Delete
Love the legs. Lana's?ReplyDelete
No. She was high and dry. I liked the reflection and the feel the person was almost walking on the top of the water.Delete
Great photos, Tom. Especially like the cliffs --there are faces in them if one looks long enough.ReplyDelete
Yes there are. The rock is sacred to Chumash, the only persons permitted to climb it. It is home to falcons and oddly, was quarried until 1963 when common sense prevailed.Delete