|Tennessee Valley Lagoon and Beach|
Wild turkey toms sometimes saunter past, strolling; occasionally one struts his stuff impressing his hen while last year's brood looks on disinterestedly like bored teenagers watching their parents carry on... Still, Tom shows off, puffing up and ruffling feathers into beautiful larger than life displays, oblivious to Thanksgiving.
Also in that creek are white feather flowers in radial bunches, their white petals more radiant than nursery greenhouse flowers.
|White Feather Flowers|
Often, the marine fog burns off mid morning, lifting in a swirl of white, revealing red bluffs and verdant foliage glistening moist.
|The Fog Lifts|
|Fresh Water Stream|
|Red Rose for Tennessee Valley Beach|
|Moon Over Tennessee Valley Beach|
|Blue Sky Oculus|
|Sunbeam on Tennessee Valley Beach|
|Evening Sun-rays - Alabaster Bridal Lace|
Evening sun-rays shine on the horizon as waves crash and surf spreads white foam on black sand like alabaster bridal lace on the obsidian altar of the Divine.
|Sunset on the Pacific|
And now, with great sadness, I must inform you that the great stone arch is no more. As of January 9th, 2013 it has ceased to exist. It collapsed and was captured on camera, crashing down, by geologist Roger Willis who happened to by hiking there at the time. The following is a new video compilation of the crash: http://landing.newsinc.com/
And these are Roger's pictures:
A testament to the ever changing world around us