A peaceful scene of a great egret reflected in a North County pond. Photographed with a Nikon D7100, 1/3200 at F6.3.
A plein air painter captures the meandering mouth of the Little Sur River along Highway 1 in Big Sur.
A runner at Asilomar State Beach is suspended between sand, sea and sky. Photographed with a Sony a6000, 70-200mm lens.
Do these cows, seen along Highway 68 near Toro Park, notice the beautiful wildflowers on display in their pasture? Photographed with an iPhone 11 pro.
A view of the Monterey One Water's regional treatment plant in Marina. It has a capacity to handle 29.6 million gallons of wastewater per day, and is currently receiving about 17 million gallons per day of influent.
A swallowtail butterfly, photographed near Mesa Pond at Garland Ranch Regional Park in Carmel Valley. Photographed with a Canon 80 D, 100mm lens, ISO 125mm, f16.
Cattle like to hang out in the Brazil Ranch redwoods too, and you might encounter some on the trails if you join in Big Sur Land Trust’s virtual Race for Open Space, April 4-25. You can register and participate on trails anywhere of your choosing, or get access to some spectacular properties…
The lights and colors of Fisherman’s Wharf, decorated for Easter. Photographed with a Sony a6000, 16-50mm lens.
Looking south across Bixby Bridge, an iconic landmark of the drive along Highway 1 to Big Sur.
A full moon rises over mountainside with atmospheric haze as seen from San Juan Bautista on Sunday, March 28. In March, the full moon is called a “Worm Moon,” maybe because of the earthworms that appear in early spring, according to The Old Farmer’s Almanac.