I was born in Hawaii. Which may explain why I like sunshine and green things. Here are a few shots that look at both. These first few are from Redwoods National Park.
The last Boeing 247 still in flying condition – NC13347, the City of Renton, in United Airlines livery
The Boeing Air Transport 247 entered service on May 22, 1933. It set a cross-country pace of 19 1/2 hours during its inaugural flight between San Francisco and New York. It marked the first time airline passengers could fly across the nation without changing planes or stopping overnight.
A little compost shed at the Denver Botanic Gardens. As best I can tell nobody else much cares for this shot, but it’s my favorite one in the set. So there.
Not particularly stormy last night, but the light was good. Continue reading