Foggy morning just before Christmas
While I wouldn’t want to live in a climate where it’s foggy all the time, I do love the occasional fog in the winter—thick like pea soup, only vague shapes visible, sounds muffled so much you can hear dewdrops hit the ground. That’s what I woke up to today. An early Christmas present from Mother Nature!
Hardy tapioca (Manihot grahamii), going to sleep for the winter
Aeonium doing the opposite: it’s getting ready to bloom
Asian lemon bamboo (Bambusa eutuldoides ‘Viridividatta’) in our front yard and coast redwoods (Sequoia sempervirens) across the street
Our house looks like it’s disconnected from the rest of the world
Sonoran Emerald palo verde (Parkinsonia ‘Sonoran Emerald’)
Desert Museum palo verde (Parkinsonia ‘Desert Museum’)
Our other Desert Museum palo verde (Parkinsonia ‘Desert Museum’)
against our neighbor’s sycamore (Platanus sp.)
Spider web between Aloe marlothii leaves
Spider web between × Mangave ‘Macho Mocha’ leaves. These webs were not there yesterday so somebody’s been very busy!