Category Archives: Photography

Weekly Photo Challenge: Waiting

This week’s challenge is WAITING.  Livestock in wait during the state fair.Waiting


Weekly Photo Challenge: Textures

There are so many options to select for this week’s challenge: TEXTURES.  My camera accidentally snapped this photo, which turned into a cool abstract of textures.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Collage

One favorite fun time, food.  Photos taken at a local Japanese restaurant, Wasasbi.  There are many great collages posted for this week’s challenge, COLLAGE.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Bridge

The iconic Tower Bridge in Sacramento, California.  It is painted gold, emblematic of its Gold Rush days and in context with the historic buildings built during the 1850s in Old Sacramento. The bridge is repainted about every 30 years.  This week’s challenge is BRIDGE, hosted by Cheri Lucas Rowlands.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Against the Odds

Beauty and the beast.  The tree shows signs of winter against the beauty of the river in the background.  The challenge this week, AGAINST THE ODDS.

Against the Odds

Weekly Photo Challenge: Local

Old Sacramento is a local area vibrant with visits from the local people and tourists.  Throughout the year many events and festivals are held in Old Sac.  Located on the Sacramento River it has many great restaurants and is adjacent to the Tower Bridge.  LOCAL is this week’s challenge.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Mirror

A quiet reflection upon the water.  MIRROR is this week’s challenge.


Weekly Photo Challenge: Frame

This week’s challenge is FRAME, featured by Nancy Thanki.  Here are a few FUN FRAMES.

Miniature exhibit of the SRO, single-room occupancy hotel room, for Chinese families in San Francisco in the past. Not realizing I was capturing a selfie in the miniature mirror, this photo was captured at the Chinese Historical Society of America Museum.
An attempt to take a photo of an inside classroom failed due to the outside glare. Instead the woman in the hat was captured framed by the reflection of my hand in the window, blocking the glare.
Using the arch of the front part of the hotel as a frame, a photo of the fountain and bicycle was captured.
Reflective sun glasses for sale at a vendor’s booth offered a frame for the kids jumpee across the way.