down Pacific Coast Highway
is this lovely spot
Bolsa Chica once
was known as 'Tin Can' beach 'cuz
it was such a mess
but it's been cleaned up
and preserved for many years
... with 'information' ;-)
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Scenic Sunday, Shadow Shots, Blue Monday, and Mosaic Monday
See also my other Mosaic Monday posts this week at
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Cherokee Indian Proverb
2. Sunday my sister & I will spend the afternoon and evening together ... catching up as we walk through South Coast Plaza (me with my camera while she shops) then dining at Z'Tejas and attending the Pacific Chorale's Christmas Concert at the Segerstrom Theater at the Orange County Performing Arts Center.
3. I've finally managed to get my Dell Laptop to access my newly 'encrypted' wireless router! I suspect there are lots of kids in the neighborhood who are frustrated that my 'unencrypted' wireless signal is no longer available for their illegal music downloads, but my network is safer now.
4. we've had amazing weather since the rain with beautiful skies and sunsets ... reminding me why I love living in Southern California near the beach.
5. although it took about 24 hours, I've cleaned up my external 1TB hard drive containing my photos and successfully defragged it so that I have 533GB free ;-)
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"I believe that there is a subtle magnetism in Nature, which, if we unconsciously yield to it, will direct us aright." Henry David Thoreau