Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Early mornings, after a lemon poppy seed muffin and enough American coffee to equal four European espressos (might as well have drunk it right out of the pot ;), I walked out the door to this:

regal edifice bathed in western light.



And the former Californian was appeased.

16 comments:

Ola said...

it looks so monumental like in American movies:)

Life and travelling
Cooking

Pete said...

lovely photo. aaah coffee reminds me I need some

Evi said...

... et on a envie de s'y installer... ou bien quand même de l'autre côté du pont... ou en pleine prairie, celle qu'on a visité l'autre fois ?

Pam said...

You seem to be in your realm and enjoying the journey.
~:)

Judy said...

Love the lighting in this photo, it gives it a quiet peaceful feeling.

Debbie said...

I'll be there in 10 days but on the other side of the bay. A very brief visit. I hope we can see some of these places you have posted about but I'm afraid my son will keep us bouncing from one In-N-Out to the next. At 41 and 11 we have different priorities for our adventure. :)

Love you,
Debbie

TexWisGirl said...

how lovely! and i'm laughing at your coffee intake. :)

Nancy Claeys said...

Was she?

Annette said...

Beautiful!

Neesie said...

The light is spectacular. I can only imagine what it took to take this shot especially after so much coffee! ;D

Out on the prairie said...

A lovely view

Randy said...

Nice light during this time of day.

MarmePurl said...

Too bad our visits did not coordinate :(

Cheyenne said...

The light is lovely...

so is the way you write! I always appreciate your words.

Oh, coffee...;)

Nancy Claeys said...

A beautiful structure. :)

From Beyond My Kitchen Window said...

I'm crazy for coffee as well. There is nothing like sitting and having a coffee and enjoying a gorgeous sunshine.