Last Sunday, I went for a surf at low tide and picked up a few small rocks as I was getting out of the water. Here they are stacked in various ways.
There is a website called, CubeeCraft (it seems to be down at the moment – at least for me), where you can download some images, print them at home, then cut and assemble them to make some cool little characters. There are probably hundreds of different characters to choose from, but I let Nate pick his favorites and he picked the following.
My wife signed up for a program where we get a box of fresh produce from Tanaka Farms. We don’t know exactly what we’re going to get, but it is usually some mix of fruits and vegetables – all very, very fresh.
Today’s shot: a close up of a very lovely little strawberry that we received from Tanaka Farms.
I was camping all weekend long with the family up at El Capitan State Beach. What a great place to get away from the business of the city! It’s just a couple hours away from Los Angeles, but it makes you forget that how close you actually are to a major city.
Here are a few photos that I took over the weekend to bring me current on my 365. Bad news is that I’m headed to New York for a couple days and will not have time for any photos other than whatever I take with my iPhone. So I’ll be dark two more days then I’ll have a couple days of my best iPhone images on my return.
Here are some more beach tumbled rocks stacked in different ways.
I had a blast with this evening’s 365. I was going through some of the stuff that Nate and I had picked up recently during one of our beach trips and I found these 4 little rocks. The biggest rock was just a bit longer than a quarter as you can see in one of the images below.
Anyway, I started off by stacking the rocks on top of one another and then tried to stack them in different configurations. The last couple were quite challenging especially given how small these rocks were. I could have made it a whole lot easier by using some wax or something to hold them together, but that would have spoiled all the fun. I think I might try doing this again with a different set of rocks some other evening.