While most of my friends are ready to watch that final rodeo from a comfortable easy chair, my friend Jude (Miss Judith to all those writers she successfully schooled in the finer points of grammar back in the day) has gotten hitched again and set off with her buckaroo on a series of adventures. The lucky gent, known as Double L, is a successful architect and landscape photographer. So I thought in honor of Green Day, I’d post a few of his photos for you all to enjoy. With his permission, of course.
The above photograph was taken near their home in Visalia California. You can still see the snow on the foothills of the Sierra Nevada range.
21 thoughts on “Miss Judith and Double L”
Double L is a great nickname – and his photos are wonderful – which also show the absolute beauty of California!
I once drove from San Jose to Long Beach and the drive was amazing – even thru Los Banos!
Also – I saw the cow but had so zoom in !
In a typical year those hills will be brown by the end of June. Since this isn’t a typical year we’ll have to wait and see!
Congratulations to Miss Judith and Double L! His photos are wonderful.
Thanks! I’ll let them – right now they’re on another adventure!
Good for them!
Great pics, Jan! I spotted the cow in an instant.
I LOVE cows.
I must say the featured cow is a beauty!
Thank you Double L!
She is a beauty – almost looks like she’s been to a bovine beauty salon!
Hope they enjoy many years of wonderful adventures to come.
The East Bay hills are a gorgeous green. Unless we have an unusual spring, they’ll be brown by June.
This is true.
Stunning pics, JT — thank you so much for sharing. That sweet cow seems to be peering into my soul! 🥰🥰🥰
I’m glad you enjoyed them!
Rain. Good stuff comes from clean water and fresh air. It was always a wonder to watch the desert change. Despair transformed to smiles and it is our fate to go up and down until we can’t. Thanks for your friend’s photos. Capturing moments in time and space and there is something to be said for photography as the best thing humans have ever invented. Way better than guns. Too bad the second amendment doesn’t read, “the right to bear a camera …” Duke
I’m certain the residents of that area are quite happy and relieved to see so much green. There have been water wars in that area for a long time.
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Really enjoyed Larry Lewis’s photos, Jan, thank you. Ahhh, it is so soothing to see these rolling California hills in emerald.
Hi Jan, I can see the grazing cow. The grass is so green, it’s amazing.