Warmth: WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge

This week’s WordPress Photo Challenge is WARMTH.

Think “indoor pools . . . heated sidewalk cafés . . . spaces dedicated to the preservation and celebration of warmth.”

That said, here are a couple of pictures self took in the fall, when northern California had a month-long string of sunny days.

There is nothing more calming for self than being in her garden on a sunny day:

The Side Yard

The Side Yard (It looks very different now: for one thing, all the trees are bare.

The Apple Tree Last Fall

The Apple Tree

Another image that recalls WARMTH is this picture of sunflowers self took at the Redwood City Farmers Market. The market is held every Saturday from April through November.

Redwood City Farmers Market: Summer 2014

Redwood City Farmers Market: Summer 2014

Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned.



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