The monthly collection of cellphone photos. Doesn’t include ones that I previously posted here, or on my main photo site. Continue reading “Cellphone Photos – October 2016 Gallery (8 photos)”
Here’s my monthly selection of cellphone photos from September. The gallery is a bit bigger than usual since we spent a week in the Eastern Sierra and did some day trips and hikes based out of Mammoth Lakes, looking for mountains and meadows and fall colors and craters and things. It was fun! Continue reading “Cellphone Photos – September 2016 Gallery (21 photos)”
Some cellphone photos from August 2016 that I found worthy of keeping and showing. It was the month of lizards and buckwheat it seems. In addition to the two lizard photos below, we had another baby lizard that somehow managed to get into our house. I caught it with a cup and then carefully slid a piece of paper under it to provide safe passage into a more fitting lizard environment. And buckwheat’s strange summer colors? Crazy fascinating, aren’t they? Continue reading “Cellphone Photos – August 2016 Gallery (12 photos)”
A few selected cellphone photos from July 2016. As Summer hits Southern California, outdoor activity decreases, and so does the photographic output – and it seems it’s not limited to my “normal” photography, but includes the cellphone as well… Continue reading “Cellphone Photos – July 2016 Gallery (6 photos)”
A few selected cellphone photos that I made in June 2016, gathered from Instagram and other places so that they have a more permanent home here on my personal blog. I recommend you do the same – own your content. Continue reading “Cellphone Photos – June 2016 Gallery”
Updated drought comparison photos of Big Laguna, the largest of the three bodies of water in San Diego’s Laguna Mountains. The “super El Nino” of the 2015/2016 winter that brought good rain and snowfall to central and northern California didn’t really had any impact in Southern California.
Some cellphone photos from yesterday’s walk at Black’s Beach. Fred and I hiked down the 250-something stairs from the Torrey Pines Gliderport and walked all the way out to Flat Rock. We also peeked into the cool-looking, erosion-shaped canyons where water is gushing down from the Torrey Pines mesa during and after storms, but they’re all rather overgrown and/or messy. Continue reading “Black’s Beach (and Instagram’s spam problem)”