If you met me at a party you’d figure me to be a color inside the lines kinda guy. Sometimes I go outside the lines to an unlikely place when it comes to taking photos. Here are three recent examples where I was outside the lines on the edge of the earth to snap a photo. Hope you enjoy the work Michelle Weber challenged us to prove the unlikely.
At the edge in Santa Cruz, CA
200 feet down to Mussel Rock, Daly City, CA
Beyond the fence at Montara State Beach, Montara, CA
A favorite place or, for me, a favorite and frequent place. I go for the view. I go for the scenery. I go for the sunset. I go for the restaurants and bars I frequent! Not necessarily in that order… It’s Rockaway Beach in Pacifica, California. If you stop by be sure to check out A Grape in the Fog (winebar), Nicks (restaurant/bar) and Moonraker (restaurant/bar). They also have music! Thanks for the challenge Cheri!
What do I love about where I live? Good question. I’d drawn to it frequently. I feel better when I’m there even if the weather’s not good. It reminds me of my mis-spent youth at the Jersey Shore. The beaches here are not warm though… all that fog. We have a name for the stretch of land facing the sea between Pacifica and Santa Cruz County. It’s The Coastside. I love the beach, even when it’s just to stop and snap a few photos. When Krista Stevens challenged me to be a tour guide I first thought of driving south on Highway 1 from Pacifica, California. Try it, you’ll love it…
I’m looking forward to 2018. I get to go to a wedding… Congrats to my daughter and her fiancé!
Some of my 2017 favorite photos are here.
More from the WP crowd are here.
And my best to you for a Happy, Healthy, Prosperous New Year!
Okay… so 2017 sailed by… The New Year is Near!
Here are some updates on economic trends in the San Francisco Bay Area and Beyond.
A weekly photo challenge from Michelle Weber to show a peek of something. To pique our interest. How about someone in this instance?
Made a new yearly high in SF Bay Area Employment in September. While we have a new high, it’s just a slight bump up from the prior peak set in October of 2016. While this is a favorable trend I keep hearing about people leaving San Francisco or the Bay Area for less expensive places to live or better work environments. To paraphrase one young person, “I got tired of stepping over people sleeping on the sidewalk on my way to work.” The shine has worn off San Francisco. Will the people working at 1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place take notice?
See September 2017 Employment Data Here