Linked to Cee’s Which Way Challenge of the week.
Having the fog lift sufficiently enough to take a clearer picture of this lighthouse on Point Reyes gave me immense satisfaction.
Once again, the brilliant blue California sky. The picture is from Shoreline Park, clicked in the first week of July.
Lavatera assurgentiflora – now classified as Malva assurgentiflora, the Island Mallow, Mission Mallow, Royal Mallow, Island Tree Mallow, Malva Rosa, is a species of flowering plant in the mallow family. [If I am wrong about the flower, do correct me]
It is endemic to California, where it is native only to the Channel Islands. It can also be found growing as an escapee from cultivation in coastal mainland California. This was clicked at Shoreline Park, Mountain View.
A patch of blue California sky with a bird on top of the roof. Post linked to Skywatch Friday – 29 June 2017 Edition
Dietes grandiflora (large wild iris, fairy iris)
The blue California sky
Linked to Skywatch Friday – 22 June 2017 Edition
Western Azalea (Rhododendron occidentale)