Macro photography of spring blooms in Santa Barbara, California.
Looking toward the Eastern islets of Anacapa Island
Looking toward the Eastern islets of Anacapa as the fog lifts in the afternoon. Anacapa provides a safe haven for thousands of birds that use the island for nesting. In fact, 90% of Southern California's seagulls are born on Anacapa Island and many return to the island to mate.
Seagull on Anacapa Island
Newborn seagull and eggs on Anacapa Island
Seagull with baby on Anacapa
Seagull protecting its baby on Anacapa Island
Barrel tasting of a Syrah at Bridlewood Winery
Barrel tasting of a Syrah at the beautiful Bridlewood Winery estate in Santa Ynez, California.
Sunset at Goleta Beach
Tide rolls in as the sun sets over Goleta Beach.
Raindrops keep falling...
Raindrops collecting on leaves as another storm passes through Santa Barbara.
Snack time for the Lesser Goldfinch
A male Lesser Goldfinch (Carduelis psaltria) feeding in the afternoon.
Goleta - after the storm
In transition between the storms and the sun, we get a glimpse of the clouds glowing at dusk as they retreat into the mountains.
Organic Chemistry at UC Santa Barbara.
Overlooking the ocean
Ferren Road Sunset
Sunset from Ferren Road, Goleta, CA.
Big blue eyes looking intently at mom.
Little feet at play
Maya playing in Tucker's Grove, Santa Barbara.
Armand exercising outdoors on a sunny Santa Barbara afternoon.
A house overlooking the Santa Barbara coastline
At the base of the Los Padres National Forest, a house overlooks the Santa Barbara coastline at sunset.
Stella -- Looking for a rescue
Stella is looking for a home. You can find her at the Santa Barbara Animal Rescue.
Full moon @ sunset on Henry's Beach, Santa Barbara, CA
The first full moon of 2011 making an appearance as the cliffs bask in the twilight of the sunset.
UCSB Campus Point
Friends watch the sunset at Campus Point, UC Santa Barbara.
Palm tree silhouette
Lights from the Doubletree hotel in Santa Barbara creating a silhouette of the Rainbow Arch and palm trees. View from the Santa Barbara pier.