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Gary Levenson-Palmer captured this beautiful photo near Irish Beach this morning. You can also see the Pacific Ocean is roiled up, and - wow - is it loud today.

Carolyn Andre photographed a rainbow on The Sea Ranch.

And so did Jon Loveless.

I also want to show you what I saw from my house in Anchor Bay just after dawn this morning. Quite a storm cloud!

I love the cloud shows that often appear after a storm. We got another inch of rain last night and the storm door is open. Thank you, Mother Nature.

And thanks to Gary, Carolyn and Jon for allowing me to share their photos with you here.

Douglas Irises, also called wild irises, are blooming in abundance this year. Gary Levenson-Palmer photographed this lovely sight.

Douglas Irises by Gary Levenson-Palmer Douglas Iris by Gary Levenson-Palmer

Wildflowers are beautiful now. Yesterday's rain - we got nearly an inch at our place in Anchor Bay - freshened everything up. Many CA Poppies are blooming too, adding to the fun.

Thanks to Gary for allowing me to share his photos with you here.

When storms are headed our way, the Pacific Ocean becomes more active and big waves crash against sandy beaches and rocky bluffs. Sometimes the ocean mist will travel all the way up the bluffs and over Highway One. Gary Levenson-Palmer photographed the mist at Manchester Beach.

Ocean mist at Manchester Beach by Gary Levenson-Palmer (2)

Thanks to Gary for allowing me to share his beautiful photo with you here.

 

Gary Levenson-Palmer recently photographed a beautiful sunset.

Beautiful sunset by Gary Levenson-Palmer

Doesn't it relax you just to see it?

We have a big holiday weekend coming up. I am told most places to stay are booked up. If you are on the coast, Craig Tooley and I will be at the Four-Eyed Frog Bookstore, http://www.foureyedfrog.com/,  Saturday May 23, from 2 to 4 pm signing our book, Mendonoma Sightings Throughout The Year. Stop by and say hello!

Thanks to Gary for allowing me to share this photo with  you here.

Gary Levenson-Palmer noticed a different look to the ocean. There was a layer of green out near the horizon, an unusual sighting.

After the storms 2 by Gary Levenson-Palmer After the storms 3 by Gary Levenson-Palmer After the storms by Gary Levenson-Palmer

We had a sunny, warm day today. It's hard to believe we might have a storm tomorrow, Christmas Eve, as there isn't a cloud in sight!

Thanks to Gary for allowing me to share his photos with you here.