“The mind can go in a thousand directions, but on this beautiful path, I walk in peace. With each step, the wind blows. With each step, a flower blooms.” Thich Nhat Hanh #flowers #bloom #nature 18/365 #onephotoaday #ThichNhatHanhQuote In memory of Thich Nhat Hanh… Share you favorite Thich Nhat Hanh here …
It’s crème currant #sconesunday with another experiment: 1/2 barley 1/2 white flour…amateur #baking for pleasure in the Santa Cruz Mts. 17/365 #onephotoaday
I challenged myself to walk up the mountain today… to 1572 ft. Well, the starting point was at 1,3141 ft. which is only a difference of 258 ft. It was all uphill and a slower descent to keep from slipping. #whatisawonmywalk today #Nature #naturewalk #bluesky 16/365 #onephotoaday Happy weekend!
Living up here in the mountains I don’t get many opportunities to snap pics of the ocean, beach, city life etc. … only the sky, the trees, plants and flowers, sometimes a bird or animal or my day to day. This is #whatisawonmywalk today… the blooms of lupine with a touch of sky as theContinue reading “a touch of sky”
Give me your best shot! Here’s mine!
These second chance chocolate chip cookies are my second attempt reusing the same ingredients again after the first failed attempt and then some… curious? Comment for recipe 🍪 #postaday 14/365 #cookies #chocolatechipcookies Baking and snapping photos from the Santa Cruz Mts.
It’s been a few years since my last post. Those are similar to the words that come out of my mouth when I’m on my knees in a confessional box at a Catholic Church, although it’s been decades since I’ve made a confession in a Catholic Church because I became a Tibetan Buddhist. What haveContinue reading “Back from a long absence…”
All of a sudden, the British explorer Sir Francis Drake has been getting a bad name. In Plymouth, England, there has been a movement to remove his statue. Now, there is a similar drive to erase him from Marin County. (Larkspur, Ca) “They think they’re doing something important. They’re not,” said Dennis Patton of San Rafael.Continue reading “Don Quixote or Sir Francis Drake”