Posts Tagged ‘nature’

Stay on traction. 

July 15, 2017

Thumbless hitchhiker

Home sweet home

July 12, 2017

Waiting, watching, hungry

Bloomin’ hot. 

July 10, 2017

I love cactus and succulents. Here is one in summer bloom at the San Bernadino County Museum. 

Cactyou, cactme, cactus

Vermillion flycatcher 

July 9, 2017

SBC Museum

Station of Exploration

July 8, 2017

The following photos are of our friends at the SBCM Exploration Station. Enjoy.

Gecko effect

Boa

Gill decor

Roach

Fancy

Quick and soft

Preying

July 6, 2017

Praying

July 5, 2017

Mantis

March’s photos

April 2, 2016

Tonka’s roomates

  

Owl’s scraps

  

Mammal’s egg

  

Spider’s stache

  

Ant’s farm

  

Cucumber’s sprout

 

Forest Falls walk about. 

March 8, 2016

   
    
   

Bloomed cactus

May 8, 2015

This is the same flower as the past post. They opened just before the rain.  

open says sun

  

open for business

 

Spring, alive.

April 24, 2015

Spring is on the March, or should I say on to May! 2015, the year of the sheep, has been rolling through quickly. All around, life is surviving. Take your time and notice the amazing sights and sounds that has been so artistically given to each and everyone on us. Here are some of our sights for your eyeballs.  

Apple blossom festival, Oak Glenn

    

Blooming cactus, SBCM Redland

  

Blooming succulents, Yucaipa

  

Unidentified in the backyard, Placentia

    

Flower picture, Redlands

  

Backyard citrus, Yucaipa

  

Camo hopper, Yucaipa

    

Acrosternum hilare, Yucaipa

 

Basking at San Bernadino County Museum, Redlands

 

Alligator lizard buddy, Yucaipa

   

San Bernardino County museum, Redlands. 

April 9, 2015

For the past year or so my family have been members of the museum. It is the boys and my “home away from home.” Weather you have children or not; it is a great place to spend some quality time. Just what any kid needs to spark curiosity and inspiration. Here are a couple of photos from just another beautiful Southern California day in the inland empire, at the museum.  

 In the words of my eldest son, age 3. “Here is one of our best buddys,” Tonka.  4 yellow dandelions deep. The next photos are some other, good buddies, enjoying the sunshine. We encountered  them while on our search for dandelions.  

  And then they were gone. 

theostyle photography


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