One of the side effects of the shutdown, the shelter in place order, or whatever you call this corona virus crisis is weeds. Great bushy volunteers crowding unkept sidewalks. We are in the middle of a drought. Otherwise the weeds would have swallowed us all up by now.
The stay home order has given people a renewed appreciation for simple things like a walk through your neighborhood park. The last light on Cypress trees indicates the setting of the sun.
I like to use a 400mm lens to photograph the landscape, especially when the moon is going to be a good subject.
The almost full moon making us all remember that we are in this together.
Spring brings winds and longer days to Santa Cruz. You can feel Summer on its way.
Before long, the Southern Hemisphere will awaken and send us powerful long period south swells.
Last night as I walked back from photographing the moon, I saw a couple of great waves smoking and spitting and generally rolling through in true Steamer Lane fashion right as I passed Barney’s bench. I have some theories about what he’d be doing during this time, but I’ll save those for a podcast sometime.