When your arguments FAIL don’t let emotions PREVAIL!
For several hot summer seasons, I’ve noticed that the very dry green belt foliage invites some unlikely visitors! Goats! Apparently, they are less expensive than mowing the potentially flammable foliage.
The Santa Cruz Small Craft Harbor offered another colorful version in this shot.
A well-worn path cuts through the ice plant on this West Cliff Drive, Santa Cruz scene, showcasing its classic ebb, flow, and occasional spray, as the surf collides with the cliff bank.
My wife and I have nearly completed the eleven seasons of the Netflix offered “Frasier” sitcom that spanned from 1993 to 2004. I never tire of viewing the series! Despite Frasier’s penchant for high society dining venues, I caught this rare scene of his depressed eating behavior in one episode. This triggered the realization that…
Today I noticed a Facebook post inquiry from a niece asking how long my parents had been married. I remembered and confirmed their marriage of 72 years when Mom passed in 2011, at the age of 91. Dad navigated a daunting year of loneliness and confusion, and then joined her in 2012 at the age…
DOES A TRADE WAR TARIFFY YOU?
This killdeer bird is loudly protecting her ground-based nest of three eggs. Her nearby partner feigned a broken wing to draw attention away from the scene.
The Santa Cruz Small Craft Harbor, home to a marina clustered with various watercraft, offered this perspective.
The Santa Cruz Small Craft Harbor, home to a marina clustered with various watercraft, was rendered into this scintillating, artsy scene.
Walton Lighthouse marks the entrance to the Santa Cruz Harbor. This is the view looking from the marina perspective outward to the lighthouse.
I was in the midst of scanning childhood photos my mom had compiled into an album for me some time ago. The resulting sketch personalized and lent realism to the picture of my granddad, sister and me. I sat on grandad’s lap to play, Engrossed in “Birdy fly away.” And when I heard his…
This brochure was designed nearly four decades ago. This is the inside portion of the three-panel piece. I conceptualized the visual concept and theme. This was long before the arrival of desktop publishing. I also did a watercolor of the senior pastor Charles Crabtree.