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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@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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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!
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Whimbrels travel the world and stop by Ft. Funston on their way from the Arctic to South America. Australia and Africa are on their itinerary as well.
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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.