Perhaps it's time to bring Massey back...Massey Monday that is. She's been modeling all along, just we haven't been sharing. You can still catch glimpses of her in the distance every now and then (on her favorite beaches)...
She's pretty popular at the local Monterey County wineries. And as long as she's had a morning run, she's pretty chill in the tasting rooms. Just waiting for us to finish our sips.
Her new favorite way to the ocean at Carmel Beach. She always likes to make an entrance!
Waiting patiently to be unleashed...
I suppose she's not really a puppy anymore, but dog ruined my alliteration scheme.
Rambler: BethDrink at Hand: Ancient Peaks Cabernet Sauvignon...pretty good for a cab
Another Thirsty Thursday here again! Time to pour something yummy and make those weekend plans. I was actually all set to write about my love of October and fall colors and whine about how I never make time in October to go photography aspens and other trees. Instead, I found ocean photos, so that's what you get tonight!
Soberanes Cove is one of our favorite places to go shoot along the Big Sur coast. Maybe because its not too far south, or maybe its because we always forget exactly where it is and which turnout off of Highway 1 to use, or maybe its because of the little rock scramble involved to get down to the Bowling Balls...its always an adventure. These images are from a few years back. Yet, my eyes never tire of looking at such beautiful scenery.
Soberanes Cove is located in Garrapata State Beach a few miles south of Carmel on Highway 1. Even if you don't find the cove, the scenery around there is spectacular. Get out there and find your own little ocean cove this weekend!
Drink at Hand: 2010 Hahn Meritage
Good evening and welcome to another Thirsty Thursday...time to pour something yummy and make those weekend plans. This week I dug into the archives and found some photos I needed to edit.
When I first moved back to California from Lousyana, I had nothing to do but ride my bike and take photos. One morning I found myself at Point Lobos State Natural Reserve on the south edge of Carmel for sunrise. It wasn't the best sunrise morning, but Point Lobos is beautiful in pretty much any light. I'll let the photos do the rest of the talking.
If you find yourself in Carmel, you should definitely visit Point Lobos. Wherever you are this weekend, get out there and find a sunrise.