Another promise to run more.
These are my shoe prints from yesterday’s 2.5 mile run along the beach near Fort Funston. Funston is paradise for dogs. Tails wagging, balls flying and leashes wrapped around their humans. Clearly, my Daisy would be outraged by her 4-legged colleagues who have embraced the leash-less lifestyle. So, I left her at home for this run.
From my morning run around Lake Merced.
“Mirror Mirror” with my Daisy.
My hubby said she was watching way too many reruns of “Once Upon A Time.”
I thought both photos would be nice additions to the Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections.
Spotting green themes at work and abroad.
From our meteorologist’s chroma key wall to Barcelona bar’s Clara.
My entry for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Green
An odd food spot trend in Barcelona: naming restaurants after American states. I ran past “Nebraska” in our L’Eixample neighborhood. We also found “Kentucky” on one of our museum trips.
In Sitges, “Kansas” had a lovely bar on the beach.
This is my entry for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Foreign.
Today – I’m pouring over political highlights from last night’s Presidential debate.
Last night – I cheered on the Giants with my hubby and puppy on our couch.
Last weekend – I said “Adios” to Spain and flew back home to the Bay Area.
Now, I’m going over a ton of vacation photos. I spotted this cross on the Santa Cova trail on Montserrat. You can read more about our day trip out of Barcelona on my Eurotrip blog.
I thought this would be a nice entry for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette.
Another sign of Autumn – fat, juicy grapes hanging on the vines.
I snapped these shots by St. Supery in Napa. We watched winery workers crush Chardonnay grapes as part of its harvest season.
Soon, these lush green leaves will change to gold. That’s when California’s wine country will bundle up for cold weather, sharp breezes and the beginning of Winter.
I thought this would work for this week’s Travel theme: Foliage.
If I wanted to see any photos of me in St. Petersburg, I had to get creative. I took advantage of the huge mirrors inside the Mariinsky Theatre for this shot with my Droid X.
This is my entry for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Solitary.
It’s a beautiful venue for ballet. I enjoyed my solo work trip/vacation in Russia.
I’m also ready to travel again! I have a never-ending “to do” list for our Barcelona trip. I’m doing the thumbs up/thumbs down process with my mental wardrobe. My bedtime reading: Lonely Planet Guidebook to Barcelona.
I also want to straighten out the moving box jungle inside my home office before I step on the plane at SFO. It may sound ambitious. I think I can do it.
Soon, I’ll be updating this blog with photos from Spain.
What does a dog need to do to get refill in this place?
Inside Delirium in San Francisco.
My entry for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Free Spirit.
I spotted this truck on the northbound lanes of 101 near Foster City.
This is my entry for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Wrong.
I gave up on my Droid X. I was fed up with the freezing and corrupted photo/videos. Also, phone rebooting without warning – not cool.
I dived back into geocaching when I switched to the iPhone. I missed the hunt. The mind puzzles tickled me.
I believe the best part about geocaching: exploring places that were off my radar. We spotted this cache at Quarry Park in Half Moon Bay.
This is my entry for the Weekly Photo Challenge: Hands.