SL-Week: Transparency

In Fort Bragg, there is a place called Glass Beach. It was quite amazing to see how transparent some of these sea glasses were. They are slowly diminishing in number, but it was a surprise to know that they were basically formed because of garbage being dumped. Next time you are somewhere close by, don’t forget to stop by and collect a couple of sea glass home 🙂
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WPC: Close Up

For this week’s photography challenge: Close Up

Some of the close up shots of plants from Fort Bragg. This one was for the dew that was present.
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This was for the color of the bark of the tree and the way the light was falling on it.
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And this one is the close up of this squirrel which I shot near Point Cabrillo Light house.
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WPC: Symbol

The weekly photography challenge theme is Symbol. We all have seen so many symbols by which we show our love. But today I am gonna show what shouldn’t be used as a symbol of love. Carving names on tourist places, especially archaeological sites. There is something called Sustainable and Responsible tourism, that every one of us should follow.

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Fort Bragg & Mendocino Botanical Gardens

Long pending post of my photographs from the latest California trip. I am too lazy and consumed with other things, to even make an effort. But then better late than never. Here are some of the photographs of Fort Bragg’s Skunk Train station , which was unfortunately closed when I was there, and my trip to the Mendocino Botanical Gardens, which is a pleasure to walk, even if it takes around 2-3 hours minimum.

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