This Beautiful World Through His Eyes

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View of the East Bay hills from Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve
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View of Yosemite, before the rain, from Glacier Point.
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Sausalito
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Watching the scenery go by, Niles Canyon Railway.
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Crissy Field, San Francisco.
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UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley
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Stinson Beach

I often wonder what he’s thinking…

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WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge:  The World Through Your Eyes

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36 thoughts on “This Beautiful World Through His Eyes

  1. These photographs so precious dear Linda, your son when he grows up, it would be a great album for him and his life… I loved all of them… Without your son these photographs amazing views… but with your son amazing life and experience… this is more than a photography… Thank you, Blessing and happiness to you both, love, nia

  2. No matter how magnificent the nature is, my eye is always first drawn to your son and then to where he is looking. These photos are perfect for the challenge. Heck, they are just perfect 🙂

  3. Ive recently realized some of my favorite times as a kid was just laying in the grass watching the clouds roll by, or swinging and listening to the wind. Not really thinking, just watching and listening. Those were the best!

  4. love your photos, and so powerful collectively like this: I wonder the same w/my son. We took him to Yellowstone last week and wow…..he was in awe and had so many questions. Nature is Powerful.

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