This is a familiar view to those who hike the trails in this area…
There is also a path of sorts down to the beach that I do not believe is authorized, but people nonetheless use it. If you look carefully at the photo above you will see it as a thin line going down the cliff.
On past walks we have noticed people on the beach below; however, this time we watched as three adventurous souls descended the cliff using the “trail” in question. Note: Below the Gallery, in “Oops…Forgot The Camera”, I have included photos that show how much of a trail there is not 🙂
“Going Down The Cliff”
After viewing the gallery, return to this page and scroll down to see “Oops…Forgot The Camera”
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Oops…Forgot the camera!!
The slogan on this building artwork in Petaluma caught my eye…
As best I could, I researched and traced the origin of the phrase to Anne Morrow Lindberg…
“I feel we are all islands–in a common sea. We are all, in the last analysis, alone. When one is a stranger to oneself then one is estranged from others too. If one is out of touch with oneself, then one cannot touch others.” —Anne Morrow Lindbergh
While considering the meaning—not to mention the implications—of these words, the following image from Water St. keeps coming to mind…
I leave it to the reader as to how to best answer the question posed above. But first read the background below! 🙂
It was time to upgrade the exterior of our sixties era ranch house e.g., windows, paint, lights. But what color for the house? Fortunately, my wife, who has a much better eye for such things than I, took charge of the color selection.
After several trips to Peterson’s Paints to evaluate color options, computer modeling, etc., she selected colors frequently used on Victorian style homes–Exotic Purple & Eggplant. Simply White was selected as the trim color. Purple was the main color except for one side wall in Eggplant. To put it all in perspective this work photo will better explain it…
Here is the result…
NOTE: As the light changes throughout the day, the Purple becomes Black and the Eggplant becomes Purple. White remains…Simply White.
BUT WAIT! THERE IS MORE! 🙂
MAJOR MISSION CREEP!!
This project, like most, generated another idea. I mean if you are doing new windows and colors, you can’t just live with the old concrete steps to the front door!
A little research and consultation with Ohana Construction produced this solution…
- Ohana Construction in Petaluma for making it all happen with their usual hard work above & beyond…not to mention their suggestions at several stages of the exterior renovation projects. They continue to live up to their reputation as the People’s Choice.
- Peterson’s Paints for their help in evaluating and selecting colors, sheens, etc.
- Friedman’s for their assistance on selecting outdoor lighting options from the overwhelming selection.
On this cloudy morning I encountered what appeared to be a Memorial Day Diorama in Petaluma’s Putnam Plaza. There was no signature, emblem, or sign identifying the creator…
I wasn’t sure I was going to do one this year given my activities and photo challenge postings on my Photo Blog—BUT tradition rules and I offer another year end gallery for your bemusement…if not amusement 🙂
No guarantees as to whether I will do one for 2017…
To view the 2016 gallery, click on the page link at the top of this page or go to NEW PHOTO GALLERY FOR 2016
Tis the start of the Holiday Season…but first we must get past the elections… 😦
Admittedly, this has been a particularly distasteful Presidential Campaign and I understand this sentiment…
However, it is imperative that we participate by voting!!
Remember, there are other items on the ballot than who should be President. No matter where you live there are many down ticket items for you to consider! For example, here in Sonoma County there is Measure Y to support our public libraries…
Please vote YES on Measure Y!!
YES ON Y!
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