Two years ago on a Thursday night, just after I had learned about the “Ramona American Graffiti Cruise Night”, I got the chance to take a couple of pictures. The pictures together with my thoughts can still be found here. Cruise Night is still going strong and there is still “no talking trash about anyone’s […]
The Coyote seems to have grown a bit. This morning around 9 am I saw it again at the end of the backyard. I was still inside, but it had noticed me through the large window, long before I had spotted it. Instead of taking photos through the window pane, I took the camera and went outside, risking losing this […]
Only a short week after I wrote about our Hometown Coyotes, the little guy came back and this time brought a friend along. They were only mildly annoyed by a Greater Roadrunner, who had escaped to the top of the Beavertail prickly pear cactus.
The San Diego Country Estates are composed of several neighborhoods associated with the unincorporated community of Ramona, California. About 3,500 households are spread over a total area of 17 square miles, with most lot sizes are between 1/2 and 1 acre. Many of the homes were built close to one edge of a property line, […]
Only a few weeks after having considered shooting at San Diego Country Estates’ Sage Hill Drive, Victor contacted me. Victor is a Financial Consultant and founder of Orgallic. Orgallic mission is to enrich humanity through the global, ethical, and accountable pursuit of modern ﬁnance by means of a venturesome, pragmatic, and virtuous proprietary Structured Business Creativity. If you […]
Scouting: the action of gathering information about enemy forces or an area. These pictures don’t do this beautiful area justice, still I’m posting them here as empty canvases. Imagine, if you can, you, both of you, or your family, in these images …