Oakland Bay Bridge, Oakland side
View from Port of Oakland.
Back view of the cards
The back of each card information
Port of Oakland, Cranes
Everybody loves these structures. They were Lucas' inspiration for some of his structures in the Jedi movies.
Doors of the Soul #1
Mt. View Cemetery in Oakland CA is one of the oldest in the Bay Area with a gorgeous set of mausoleums.
Doors of the Soul #6
Part of a series of mausoleum doors in Oakland CA. Mt. View Cemetery.
Doors of the Soul #5
Doors of the Soul #3
Doors of the Soul #4
Tomales Bay Standing Stones
I remember going to this theatre as a child (I won't say when that was).
At Attention in the Port of Oakland
Another view of the Cranes in the Port
Dirt Bath #1
From bottom to top: Eleanor, Charlotte, Delores.
Found a torn up tree on my way to a photo shoot in Tomales Bay, California.
In Drydock Again
The Godot's at Home
Rocks at High Tide
"Like a Bird on a Wire"
Turkeys of the East Bay #2
Old Barn on Stage Coach Road
Wild Mustard and Oakland Cranes
And the Raven Brought the Light to the World
Welcome to Weed
Low Hanging Boots
The Dirt Bath
This is the printed version of the same tile you may already have seen. Printed for a 13x19 frame on a lovely luster paper. You can see Delores in the background with Eleanore and Charlotte front and center.
Lady of the Dead
The bowl gives a size reference
This tiles shows the beginning of a fowl favorite! The dirt bath. Watching them in this activity was entertaining and productive (for me).
Delores Struts Her Stuff
Delores is a Brahma, a big girl with a lovely temperment. Her mates are Eleanor and Charlotte.
Eleanore and Charlotte had a short conference in their backyard. There were no notes (they were buried).
The Dirt Bath #3
Eleanor, Charlotte, and Delores are taking a dirt bath. Charlotte got sleepy and is using Eleanore as a pillow and chin rest.
Little One Again
Little One was making her stroll in the herb garden this morning and looked absolutely stunning. And fierce, which is funny because she isn't at all!
Eleanore Calls Her Peeps
Even though she is no more that 15 feet from her girl gang, Eleanore is worried that she can't see her girls. Here she is calling out to them to come to her.
The Elephant in the Room
This tile is from a series taken in SF of an exterior wall in the Mission. Walk anywhere you like in SF and you are sure to come across unsanctioned art. A great thing (in my opinion).
Elvis Has Left the Building
This girl is (I think) a Holland, if you want to look her up. I was on a photo shoot in Tomales Bay and she was a welcome distraction.
This is a section of a unique gate to a residence in Oakland made from a train box car. The gate made a wonderful tile as well!
Haida Totem Tile 1
There are 5 pieces that can be used w/or without the others. Together they make a complete totem, but the patterns are appealing as stand-alones. This one is the head and beginning of the piece
This is the 2nd tile in the Haida totem.