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Trick or Treat!

A interesting tidbit from The American’s Patriot Almanac: The American tradition of trick-or-treating echoes the ancient Celtic tradition of leaving food on doorsteps for the souls of the dead. In Britain, people went “souling” on All Hallows’ Eve, walking from house to house asking for “soul cakes” in exchange for prayers for the dead.     Happy Halloween!  

Golden October

Now that we have officially entered October, it’s time to get out and photograph our season of fall color!  Fall in California is not like fall on the East Coast, but for those of us who call this beautiful state home, we enjoy it just as much!  We could go on and on about Septembers and Octobers in the Eastern… (more…)

Aaaah…summer

We’ll be heading up to our favorite place in the Eastern Sierras in July. A small cabin on the lake, and most importantly, a comfortable bed to sleep in at night. We’ll be spent after hiking the trails into the forest filled canyons and rocky mountain passes. But it is a “good” spent. We will gaze with awe at these… (more…)