Today, my wife, my daughter Mollie… who came back from college for the weekend… and I went to Fallbrook… about 30 miles North of San Diego, and spent the day. We visited my wife’s aunt and uncle. I brought my camera… the Canon… hence, the clever name of this series.
Mollie and I had fun with the camera. I brought the zoom lens. I have pictures of butterflies and birds.
But that isn’t all. I also brought the macro lenses, so get ready for some really-close-up pictures of… uh… stuff…
Okay, that isn’t actually nature, it is part of a glass fish, I think. But fishes are nature, right?
I even managed to get a dragonfly to sit still.
Two finches playing ‘heads or tails’.
Moss on granite. Wait for the macro photos of moss. It is trippy.
A big turkey vulture.
We brought our dogs. They drank rain water out of some very old Native American acorn grinding pits.
I am not sure Shiloh thought that was the best water she ever drank.
See, when you look at moss really close up, it looks like some other kind of plant… or something.
Anyway, I have a lot of weird photos that Mollie and I took. I will intersperse them with other weird posts… because, you know, I have crack squirrels living in my head.