I enjoy this blog. She and her husband renovated a house in France and live there with her family. Sometimes the posts are about food or something about their house, sometimes it is about places they travel to or visit. This post has wonderful insect photographs, among other beautiful scenes as well. Enjoy!
I noticed so many varieties and colors of Hibiscus flowers along my walking paths. Here are photos of two from the same bush.
Photo by Katelon T Jeffereys
Photos by Katelon T Jeffereys
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Hello! I love seeing all the various beautiful flowers along my walking paths, so much color and beauty, variety of size and shape. I rarely know the names of them, so if you do, please leave a comment. I just refer to them as pretty purple, stunning yellow…. 🙂 All photos taken with my phone camera.
No name Yellow 🙂 photo by Katelon T Jeffereys
Sunflower next to a little beach area cafe. Photo by Katelon T Jeffereys
Plumeria Photo by Katelon T Jeffereys
This might be an Hibiscus as the leaves looked the same as the Hibiscus next to it, but not sure. Photo by Katelon T Jeffereys
Hope you’ve enjoyed some of the beauty along my walking paths.
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I’ve driven by this interesting home numerous times but never stopped to see it. The other day, I was up at Clairemont Square and decided to walk back to Clairemont Drive and Burgener Drive. I ended up walking by this place so stopped to take pictures. I looked it up online and according to their Facebook Page, it is a restaurant and Temple, although their FB page hasn’t been updated since 2016, so I don’t know its status now. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Chua-Dinh-Thanh/114417415352103 But it certainly stands out amidst other gray, beige, white and plainer houses on the same street 🙂
It is located at 4252 Clairemont Drive, San Diego, 92117. If you drive by it you can’t miss it as the yellow walls and red trim stand out much more than the photos show.
Here are 3 photos of the place. Enjoy!
I was walking west on Taylor Street the other day, walking from the bus/trolley area, and noticed these beautiful murals painted underneath the I-8 and I-5 overpass.
This one honors the five branches of service.
This one depicts the San Diego river.
This one celebrates Old Town San Diego.
This one depicts the Coronado Bridge.
I love how San Diego has so much street art around the city. Come check it out!
Thanks for walking with me!
Photo by Katelon T. Jeffereys
I love nature in all its forms. Here are some photos of beautiful clouds and water.
The first one is taken at Pacific Beach, San Diego, CA.
All photos by Katelon T. Jeffereys
I love the faint colors in these clouds.
This is the San Diego River, taken in Mission Valley, San Diego, CA.
I’d not seen sideways striated clouds before seeing these.
What a beautiful planet in all its forms.
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I walk daily and for me, it isn’t just about exercise, it is about listening to and sharing with the plants, trees, and creatures I come across along the way.
Here are some photos of my flower friends along the way….blooming in between the sidewalk, on bushes, flower like succulents, vines, trees…..
Hope you have enjoyed these photos of flowers and flowering plants. Next time you are out for a walk, you just might hear them talking to you, too 🙂
Here is part 2 of my La Jolla visit. After leaving the little church, https://katelontjeffereys.wordpress.com/2017/07/09/la-jolla-ca-visit-part-1/
I walked down to Prospect St. to the Legends Gallery. I love their collection. Their address is 1205 Prospect St. Suite B., La Jolla, CA. 92037. I have written about them before. They have an amazing collection of Dr. Seuss artwork, the lovely art from his famous books and other works as well. Right now they are also showing whimsical and heartwarming work by Mackenzie Thorpe. I had seen his work before and was delighted by these new pieces. A couple of them are definitely going on my wish list:
This one is entitled “You Are My Rock”. It feels very poignant to me. I love the stars in the sky. If you are viewing this on a phone, you can click on the photo and enlarge it.
This next one is called “It’s Magic”. To me if references the cow who jumped over the moon…but now the cow has cargo and friends 🙂
As I was walking on the other side of the street, I passed this lovely sculpture that seemed to be a sea enchantress.
I then headed down toward the water, to Ellen Browning Scripps Park. There is plenty of trees to sit under and grass to play on, restrooms and a sidewalk that offers a stunning view of the ocean below. On the large rock, there were numerous birds.
From there I walked south on the sidewalk to the famous La Jolla Cove. You can walk down on the sand but there are barriers to make sure you don’t disturb the seals. There is a pathway you can walk down that allows you to look in one direction down toward the beach with the seals, and on the other side, look out toward the ocean and rocks below.
I had taken the photo of this seal on a rock before walking down to take the above photo. On the way back up the walkway, I stopped again to look at the seal and just then it dove into the water. Then, out of what seemed like a small hole behind where he was laying, one after another seals flopped out and then into the ocean, about 5 of them. It was like a magic trick where the magician keeps pulling rabbits out of the hat and you wonder how they all fit in there!
I hope you have enjoyed this tour of a small part of La Jolla. If you are visiting CA, come check it out!