santa cruz wharf

10 March 2009

wordless wednesday ~ wilder ranch

2009.03.06 post e

15 comments:

I, Like The View said...

gorgeous. . .

what a wonderful photo

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Matt-Man said...

Very Nice. That's a cliff so pretty I wouldn't mind jumping off of it. Cheers Kat!!

The CEO said...

A magnificent composition, very classical, perfectly executed. Very beautiful. It must be very difficult on you living in California.

Desert Songbird said...

You're killing me with all these coastal scenes. You know that, right?

Sandee (Comedy +) said...

Beautiful, absolutely beautiful. You live is such a wonderful place. You really do.

Have a terrific day. :)

Bond said...

sigh

Jeff B said...

The wild flowers add a nice extra bit of color to an otherwise gorgeous scene.

Mel said...

*sigh*

I wanna be there.....

Just sayin'......

Mark said...

Love the coast line!

katherine. said...

ILTV: thanks. I took this on saturday...we went on little hike.

Matt: there were "Danger" signs all over the place.

CEO: thanks. it would be very difficult for me to live away from the ocean.

DS: hey...come visit.

Sandee: the delta is pretty great too!

Bond: California makes a great honeymoon destination...

Jeff: they were everywhere last week....thanks.

Mel: visit the sis....come north...easy peasy...smile.

Mark: thanks....isn't it grand?

Travis said...

You got it all in that photo.

Linda said...

Ya know, if I had lived where you live instead of near where Sandee lives, I might still be living in California today!

Regardless, though, I am most definitely looking forward to visiting the San Joaquin Delta Valley and the people therein. For awhile there, I thought the trip was going to be yanked but after a stern talking to by not just the Vice President and the Director of Operations but the Owner of the company things got straightened out and we're still going. If not, I was really going to have to kick Kevin in a painful place!

Hammer said...

Breathtaking!

Diesel said...

Wow, that's awesome. Where is that?

david mcmahon said...

Ah, that is like a painting. Cliffs play a big part in my first novel - the Bunda Cliffs in that chapter are described exactly the way I first saw them and photographed them.