Places People Live: Redwood City, California

It’s been several weeks since self has participated in Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge.

This week’s prompt is: PLACES PEOPLE LIVE.

Self has lived in Redwood City, California since 1992. Redwood City is halfway between San Francisco and San Jose.

She has flowers on her front porch, and shelves and shelves of books inside:

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Front Porch, September 2018

A back room overlooks her deck:

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Back Room: September 2018

Her backyard has a lot of trees, including three figs, an apple tree, and a laurel tree:

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Backyard, August 2018

Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned.

 

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Things People Play With

It’s been several weeks since self participated in Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge, so she’s more than happy to participate today.

The prompt is: THINGS PEOPLE PLAY WITH

  • The London Eye seen from Waterloo Bridge, 7 October 2018:

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  • The Leland Stanford, Jr. University Marching Band in the Annual 4th of July Parade, Downtown Redwood City: The band’s known for its goofiness.

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  • The Stanford Tree Leading the Leland Stanford, Jr. University Marching Band in the Annual 4th of July Parade in Downtown Redwood City. The Tree is an enduring emblem:

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Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned.

 

The Garden in August

Masses of these started blooming last week:

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Self did a wee bit of watering:

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Summer’s almost gone.

Stay tuned.

Redwood City Farmers Market: Piles and Stacks (2)

Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge this week is PILES AND STACKS.

A few days ago, self showed stacks of books.

Today, since she was just at the Redwood City Farmers Market, she’s showing stacks of produce. Everything from cactus to organic chips.

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Happy Fourth of July 2018 from Redwood City, California

The parade is always fun. Afterwards, the Leland Stanford, Jr. University Marching Band and the UC Davis Marching Band hung around in Courthouse Square and gave a real show. Didn’t leave until the Stanford band played “All Right Now.”

Twisted: Belmont, CA Farmer’s Market

Bought $11 worth of cherries.

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The Warriors won last night. All’s right in the world.

Stay tuned.

Still More Twisted in the Garden

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Betty Boop and Fourth of July roses

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Self is so fascinated by this twisted vine, which was only revealed after she did heavy cutting back of some overgrown bushes:

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Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned.

More Twisted: Backyard, Redwood City

Self took these pictures early May.

In the long-ago time, the tree trunk was shipped from the Philippines, and the iron trellis leaning against it was from Smith & Hawken.

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Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned.

Twisted: The Daily Post Photo Challenge, 23 May 2018

  • This week, show us something that doesn’t maintain a straight line.

— Jen H., The Daily Post

A humble plant growing by the kitchen sink. Self drapes it over the window frame to keep out of her way while she washes dishes:

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Wednesday afternoon

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Still Wednesday Afternoon

Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned.

Liquid: The Daily Post Photo Challenge, 16 May 2018

For this week’s Daily Post Photo Challenge, LIQUID, self decided to break with her usual habit of scouring her archives. Instead, she decided to take pictures of liquids.

Since this is also a hard-at-work day for her (writing), she’s at home. What is liquid in her home? Here are three things:

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Other LIQUID:

Stay tuned, dear blog readers. Stay tuned.

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