I wasn't quite sure where I'd end up or what I'd find with my camera lens. I just knew I was heading to the coast.
The tide was way out and Baywood looked like a mud flat.
The iceplant gave it a gorgeous pop of color.
The ornamental grasses were flowing like soft hair.
On to Morro Bay where I found a Great Blue Heron and several Snowy White Egrets fishing for their brunch. I took many photos of them which I have to sort through, but I wanted to show you the clown feet. They are usually wading and I rarely see their feet. Aren't they cool?
Stopped at the avocado farm for a couple ripe ones. Avocado trees are in abundance on this stretch of road.
There are lots of bees and abundant pollen for them to enjoy.
The farm even has their own avocado flag.
It was a nice little journey on a hot day. With today's temperatures heading toward 100, I may just do it again. I hope you have a great Friday.
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