Category Archives: Photography

What Will You Do?

I have known about the problem of plastic pollution for a long time. Many years ago, my sister and her husband made me aware of the issue through their art. Judith and Richard Selby Lang collect plastic refuse from Kehoe … Continue reading

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A Purple Balloon

I was inspired by the incredible ideas shared at the San Diego Area Writing Project’s Fall Conference yesterday morning, and my mind was reeling as I stopped at my favorite Carlsbad beach on the way home. I didn’t expect to … Continue reading

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A Succulent Garden

Succulents fascinate me, and over the years, my husband and I have collected a wide-variety of the unusual plants. Many thrive in terracotta pots on our front deck while others flourish in containers arranged on the flagstone patio out back. … Continue reading

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A Soft Serve Education

August 19, 2013 was the Monday before school started in Oceanside. Consequently, it was a day filled with jitters for students and teachers as they anticipated all the possibilities of a new school year. That Monday was also National Soft … Continue reading

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Many Ways to See

For me, SDAWP Photo Voices is all about noticing as much as possible. If I miss seeing something, I might miss an opportunity to take an interesting photograph. Once an object catches my eye, I look at it from all … Continue reading

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A Curving Reflection

Most of my photographs from this past week were taken at the beach, and most were nature shots. I took pictures of the cliffs, rocks, and waves. I photographed the curve of the kelp and noticed a tiny crab’s curved claws. I did … Continue reading

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Carlsbad Cliffs

My husband and I discovered a new place to walk recently when we couldn’t find anywhere to park as we normally do in Carlsbad. We found a spot south of the sea wall and decided to venture further south on … Continue reading

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