Black sands and plastic found

@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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Pink Barnacle catches a ride

This Pink Barnacle made its home atop an agreeable Sand Dollar, which was then found at Ft. Funston.  Such a circular carpool companion for the pinkest of barnacles way out west. Ride ’em Pink Barnacle!  YeeeeeHawww!

Ft. Funston Art show revisited

Maxie Lu takes in a new exhibit at the Ft. Funston gallery. See my previous post http://wp.me/p42a4Y-v from this location to view what was on the wall before it was unceremoniously painted over. Revisited by, possibly the artist whose fine work was made to vanish, a new exhibit is up. Maxie’s pose suggests a sense of loss of the previous artwork, well, to me anyway.

Happy 4th!

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Yellow Bush Lupine found at Ft. Funston

Yellow Bush Lupine found at Ft. Funston

Yellow Lupine grows happily on the dunes at Ft. Funston. A fixer of nitrogen in the soil, Yellow Lupine allows exotics to thrive to the detriment of native plants adapted to low nitrogen soils. While vibrant and golden and offering a pleasing tone to the landscape, Yellow Lupine is not to be judged by it’s cover.