Seeing this impression of small hands and feet in the concrete while walking in midtown Sacramento brought a smile to my face. Wish I could have been there when it was created.
At the Saturday farmer’s market in Sacramento there was a new vendor.
I haven’t been taking many pictures as of late, mainly because of a lack of inspiration. But then there are scenes that make stop your car, get out and stare in awe. This view of a new vineyard came at the right time.
A view from inside the new World Trade Center transportation hub in New York City called the Oculus. A space that has an ethereal but more modern feel to Grand Central Station. It’s great to see more public space architecture with grandeur designs like this.
Driving down a rural road this afternoon I came across a shallow body of water. The hazy light and stillness created an interesting reflective surface for those birds that chose to stand and contemplate life.
Growing up I used to build model airplanes and this was one of my favorites. It was a spy plane with no weapons. If fired upon, it would simply outrun missiles. These planes last flew in the 1990’s and this decommissioned one rests at Beale AFB in California.
I caught this dragon fly on an old folded table that was lying against a tree. I couldn’t believe how well camouflaged it was against the weathered wood, it’s black body and invisible wings were barely noticeable.