life under the oaks
Our annual Father's Day weekend sojourn to the Live Oak Music Festival is a photographer's paradise.
The fundraiser for the California central coast NPR station KCBX is nestled between the San Raphael and Santa Ynez mountains north of Santa Barbara where it is beautiful under the ancient oaks. This year brought warm temperatures, so this shooter decided to document how people covered their head. Did you know there was such a variety of straw hat?
a popular man
The eclectic music mix was superb...Langhorne Slim made friends when he moved from the cool shade of the stage into there sun and asked people "to get involved!"
Joe Craven and the Sometimers blew everyone away with a version of Blackbird.
Jessica Fichot dazzled as she sang in French, English, Mandarin, Russian and Spanish.
Live Oak runs three days and is famous for a stunning array of music.
Though only a day tripper, we are always dazzled by the Live Oak nation and life under the big oaks...
beating the nincompoop
If it is at all possible schedule yourself into Cuba before the latest disruption from the cheeto colored idiot takes affect. Frequent readers have read on the scene posts from the Cuba File. They can be found in the archive of the blog.
It is a shame the nincompoop is trying to undo a step in the right direction. The bloated cretin is taking action that violates the belief of the vast majority of Americans. Don't we wish he'd just disappear?
See you down the trail.