Cannery Row

In March, I’m stuck editing pictures of Monterey. It seems that I didn’t take many pictures in the Marches of previous years before 2015. I say “stuck” like it’s a bad thing. There’s a lot of subject matter around Monterey. I hope you, the viewer, don’t feel stuck. Cannery Row is one of the famousContinue reading “Cannery Row”

China Dragon

The Chinese heritage is big in Monterey. I loved seeing this Chinese junk boat in the harbor. Now called China Dragon, it was christened the Sea Fox (do the Chinese christen their boats?) I wish I had gotten a better shot of how different it is from all the other boats. But you can seeContinue reading “China Dragon”

Sea wall

Monterey used to be a canning town. Evidence of the fishermen, canners, and shop keepers is all around. Think John Steinbeck. He lived down the road. The original looks so dull in comparison! ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~  Continue reading “Sea wall”

El pórtico (Carmel Mission)

“Mission San Carlos Borroméo del río Carmelo” is one of the 21 Spanish Missions in California. It’s is a beautiful place to explore if you’re visiting Monterey and Carmel. I edited out my dad (sorry Dad) and gave it a grainy look. Original ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~   ~~~Continue reading “El pórtico (Carmel Mission)”