Wandering Camera – Muir Woods

    This Wandering Camera started with an innocuous conversation that turned into a morning excursion.  A few weeks back, my husband and I went to get haircuts during a cold and wet morning.  The lady who cuts my hair is usually very quiet.  However, the weather outside got us talking about Muir Woods.  She had visited Muir Woods recently after a rainstorm and loved how the forest transformed into.. Read More

Wandering Camera – Camping

    If being a good patient was one of my virtues, I would have already recovered from my cold.  Other chronic ailments made it a little worse.  I still have a lingering cough and laryngitis.  It was not the smartest idea to go camping in the mountains after a night of high fever and chills, but I had my reasons, however unreasonable they may have been.  After weeks of.. Read More

Wandering Camera – Clearing Storm

  Welcome to Wandering Camera.   This month I get to share a few clearing storm photos from the Sierra Mountains with you.  This is at my most favourite campgroud there.  It is at just over 10,000 feet in elevation.  Days stay cool, and nights get very cold.  Weather changes here frequently.    Sometimes, if you are lucky, beautiful Mother Nature treats you with a rainstorm, which sets the sky.. Read More

Wandering Camera – Thistles

  Welcome to this month’s Wandering Camera. Thistles are not what one would necessarily call very pretty flowers.  They are a wild sort that grows on invasive thorny plants.  Yet the fuchsia colour is undeniably vibrant and beautiful enough for me to seek out and photograph them, and paint them afterwards as well.  A few months ago, on our third road trip in Scotland, I was looking forward to spotting.. Read More