:: Butterflies ::
Butterfly Pics taken at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom and Zepher Cove,Lake Tahoe
:: God Is Good ::
Discovering God's words for us and our response to Him in prayer...
:: Pictures For The Wall Album ::
:: Desert Moods Album ::
Photo taken in and around Death Valley National Park
:: Old Line Cabin and Daffodils ::
Calaveras County, California
:: New Hogan Lake Album ::
Photographs taken around New Hogan Lake, which is near Valley Springs, Ca. Its is located 30 miles east of Stockton, Ca. Come out and enjoy the fishing and wildlife.
:: Nature Album ::
Nature's textures and colors touch us in so many ways. We need to be grateful each and everyday to behold nature in action.
:: Mono Lake ::
Mono Lake located on the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada is one of the oldest lakes in the Western Hemisphere. The lake shimmering water reflects the powder blue sky. The cream-colored tufa towers catches the changing sunlight from dawn to dusk.
The established reserve preserve the spectacular "tufa towers," calcium-carbonate spires and knobs formed by interaction of freshwater springs and alkaline lake water. The water at Mono Lake is so alkaline because streams that flow into the lake can not escape. Water loss from Mono Lake is through evaporation and the water has a very high concentration of dissolved salts of chlorides, carbonates and sulfates.
Mono Lake is the nesting area for abundance of water birds. Eighty percent of the California Sea Gulf nest on the now isolated islands in the lake. It is also located along the popular flyways of migrating birds.
:: Wildermuth House ::
The Wildermuth House is a historical home once own by John H. Wildermuth located along the old Campo Seco Road. Stonemason William A. Watt built the home in 1861. The sandstone blocks were cut from a local sandstone outcrop near the home site. The sandstone was used to build other structures and fence at the home site. Travelers and miners on the old Camp Seco Road often rested at the Wildermuth Home
Today the Wildermuth House is protected and preserved by East Bay Municipal Utility District (EBMUD). Visitors are welcome to visit and several times during the year, the home is open to tours and information.
:: South San Francisco Coastal Area ::
Half Moon Bay to Santa Cruz
Great place to explore vibrant tide pools, sea life sanctuaries and beautiful rugged coastline. Abundance of quiet solitude with a sprinkle of coastal ambience.