Found @ Ft. Funston 

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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Big Dogs found @ Ft. Funston

Bumped into this pack of friendly Bernese Mountain doggies on the bluff the other day.  They were enjoying themselves at Funston after a ride on the Big Dog Bus!  They were big, big dogs with lots of smiles to go around!  Big_Dog_Bus_Bernese

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!

Beach Strawberry finds a way

Beach Strawberry finds a way

Infrastructure at Ft. Funston is slowly giving way to the enduring force of nature as the area is reclaimed by the dunes, plants and animals living there. This Beach Strawberry finds a break in the roadway and is off and running! Kind of amazing, something so delicate can find it’s way through the cement and asphalt left behind after the military base was closed.