It rained a bit more in Southern California today. Not much. It was just a sprinkle, perhaps the last remnants of this wet winter, but the temperature outside was just as cold as it had been several weeks back during the heart of the storms. It was chilly enough today to convince me that taking pictures of the Manhattan Beach Pier would be better done on a later day of the month.
Today’s picture is a shot of Camel Rock in New Mexico. That area is often covered in snow during the winter, usually the only time I can visit my home state, so it’s nice that I captured it during a warmer time of the year. The flare of the sun came out wonderfully.
-Vincent Lowry (Author of American Vineyard and #LucysLetter)