Favorite Photo

(Point Reyes, CA. Photo by Robin. 2006)

The last of the photo challenges came from Sock Girl who asked to see my favourite photo. Talk about a tough challenge!!

Almost every photo of friends and loved ones (especially my granddaughter) is a favorite so I thought I’d continue to avoid photos that are peopled with people.

Some of my favorite photos are from our trip to San Francisco and Yosemite. The Yosemite photos have a dark and mysterious look to them due to the weather at the time (snow, rain, and fog). In San Francisco, I marvelled at the colors. The surrounding area reminded me (a lot) of Scotland for some reason. I fell in love with Scotland years ago during our first visit so anything that reminds me of Scotland has got to be good.

One of the places we got to visit on our trip to San Francisco was Point Reyes. What a wild and lovely area! We didn’t get to spend nearly as much time there as I would’ve liked (that was true of the entire trip). The photo above is a small sampling of the many beautiful things we saw during our visit to Point Reyes. It was very difficult to pick just one, but I think this is most representative of the area.

That should wrap up the photo meme challenge for now. Thanks to everyone for your suggestions!


4 Comments on “Favorite Photo”

  1. Sock Girl says:

    The photo is beautiful! You take such amazing images.

  2. Norm says:

    Love the photo! Really like the new look to your blog – clean, sharp, smart. Nice work, Robin.

  3. Alto2 says:

    I agree with Sock Girl, you’re a fantastic photographer. I would like to know what kind of camera you use. I have been to Point Reyes, and I love it there. It’s so wild and open.

    I also like the new template for the blog. This is easier to read and much cleaner. My one comment is that it’s difficult to see what is hot-linked in the text.

  4. English Nutter says:

    This is beautiful. I’d like to go there. Right now. 🙂


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