Hits the road to find what’s out there in the big, wide world. Lately Interstate 5, north to Oregon has been an actual road I’ve been traveling.
Things catch your eye at 75 miles per hour, like these sunflowers, appearing as though imaged from a speeding auto on “The 5”, as my Los Angelino native wife would say.
Truth is I took a ton of images of sunflowers after pulling off The 5 and locating this field, about 10 minutes after exiting.
This particular image, the only one like it out of dozens, was an accident that I didn’t delete while editing on the spot. Glad I didn’t.
Sunflowers in the abstract along the I-5.
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sand dollar picked up a little pink buddy on it’s way to the beach, found, here at Ft. Funston.
So, instead of painting myself into a creative corner I’ve decided it’s time for Found@FtFunston to hit the road and find some F@FF out in the wide world.
F@FF Report #1
To describe in words or pixels such a color as pink. I submit this shock of Dogwood blooms, bursting riotous and outrageous, like an unruly neighbor into the view of all lucky enough to stumble across them.
When I found this pack of pink revelers in Lithia Park a tune by
Aerosmith popped into my brain and there it remained. My own personal inner pink soundtrack. Pink as a flamingo, pink as Spring time, again.
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@FtFunston. With fairer sands resting offshore for the season, these black sands at Ft. Funston provide a stark background for the abstract scattering of bite size plastic.
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Shaped by wind. Grains of sand so far from home, sifted by determined winds create a striking pattern, with seeming purpose.
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Curves straightened while walking the beach at Fort Funston.