Beauty on Sunday in Big Sur

I am tired of Fires and Floods – Disappearing Roads and Collapsing Bridges. I am taking a day off. From prior posts, I offer you beauty:

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All photos by bigsurkate or Dan Danbom.

~ by bigsurkate on March 12, 2017.

11 Responses to “Beauty on Sunday in Big Sur”

  1. Kate — Thank you for sharing these beautiful, inspiring photographs with us. The one with the whale and her babe was a particularly special treat!!!

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  2. From Natures perspective, what problems?

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  3. ferocious beauty, as big sur remains wild and untamed….and is more precious because of it…..

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  4. The beauty of nature restores us! Have a great relaxing day Kate!

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  5. ah, the beauty! grazie mille

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  6. Returning from my town run, down Nacimiento yesterday evening, the stunning beauty spanned the entire skyscape. I paused to watch the Sun descend on the western horizon, transforming thin cirrus clouds into blazing arcs and radiating shafts of light across the mountain silhouettes. Simultaneously, a brilliant full moon gradually rose up the flank of Chalk Peak, casting an aura across the eastern horizon.

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  7. YEA YOU!

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  8. I studied botany on the east coast, so some of these plants are new to me. Can someone post a plant identification list? Thanks!

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  9. John, the common names are: Mariposa Lily (Calchortus venustus), Mission or Chocolate Bells (Frittilaria biflora), Penstemon, Larkspur (Delphinium), Mariposa Lily, again, Douglas Iris, Fairy lanterns (Calchortus albus), Sticky Monkey Flower.

    bigsurkate

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  10. Many thanks to you for reminding us of the beauty and grandeur. Blessings and love to you, Kate.

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  11. Thank you. Yes, we sometimes need the reminder

    bigsurkate

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