Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Tableau Tuesday - On Wednesday

I know that I am late on this, but I DO have over 600 photos that were narrowed into the selection below.

Before we get there however, I would be remiss if I didn't at least mention that today, December First, is World AIDS Day. I have walked and raised money to fight AIDS (among other things) for over 20 years now, and I work toward a future where AIDS no longer kills. In fact, in many instances it doesn't.

Also, I received some news of a dear friend being diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer. I have no idea what that designation actually means, though I will be researching it later this week. She will be in my thoughts for her treatment path and recovery.

Now on to the photos, all taken last Friday, in Snata Cruz, and all gifts of unparalleled delight:
Two seperate sightings of Red Tailed Hawks. For this I feel blessed:

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West Cliff, The Harbor and their sights:

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The Sunset from Wadell Creek Beach. I took 168 images trying to capture the green flash, but to no avail...

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1 comment:

Bagman and Butler said...

Oh my...three simultaneous slide shows. And nowhere was there a photography dull enough for me to escape! The raptor shots, great shot after another. You must have used up your adrenalin for a month! What an incredible feast for the eye!