Photos from Sue

Sharing the beauty of our world



Colorful barrels filled with red wine, stacked and aging to perfection.

All was quiet today as we gazed at this potentially active volcano. Rising just over 14,000 feet, Mount Shasta is the second highest peak in the Cascade Range of western North America.


Fog begins to creep back to shore along the Pacific coast of Morro Bay.


Wildflowers spill down the California hills of Oroville’s North Table Mountain Ecological Preserve.


Yesterday’s storm clouds moved on, leaving a beautiful spring day in California’s Santa Ynez Valley.


A break in the trees along the Mount Ashland snowshoe trail revealed a breathtaking view of Mount Shasta.

The Coastal Redwoods in Northern California are some of the tallest and oldest trees in the world.  We discovered a five mile walk just east of Crescent City that led us through a dense forest where redwood giants soared high above us.


For twenty years Yosemite National Park was a short drive from my home.  Having this natural wonder in my own “backyard” allowed our family to explore the park throughout all four seasons.  Who could ever tire of scenes like this one?

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