There are so many trees around here, sometimes the only place to get good shots of the sky is from big parking lots.
I posted before about how the Westernmost residential streets overlooking the water have great views because there's about a 50-foot drop right behind them. This is what that looks like from below.
This is the spot where I was completely blinded by the sun the other day. The clouds were glorious today, plus I might have been there a bit earlier.
There's parking across from the main part of Legion Memorial Park, and a little grassy overlook area with benches and telescopes. I think it's nicer than the rest of the park.
When I walk in this area, I'll take pictures of a few of the houses each time.
I love a good weeping willow. They were my mom's favorite tree.
The last time I walked by here going the other direction, I didn't notice this bush is trimmed into a dog shape. At least, I think it's a dog.
Grand Avenue Park
There are a lot of mosaics in the sidewalk at the park, so I'll snap a pic of one each time I'm there. This is the second one, I got the eagle last time. This one's my favorite, though.
Bayside P-Patch Community Garden
I spotted this early in the walk and drove the long way home to pick it up. Upon closer inspection, it wasn't in very good shape, so I left it. I just wanted the frame.
Today's route. Quite lovely, that area, but I do get tired of all the people. You can only say "Morning!" so many times in a walk.