Fall light

I can’t believe that it’s been 3 months since I last posted on this blog. I would like to assure all my readers (and most especially me!) that my absence is due to an incredibly hectic teaching, making and administrating schedule. Hopefully I can make up some lost time by posting a few entries over the next few weeks highlighting some of the interesting things that have been going on in my studio and at CCa.

But for the moment I wanted to share the Fall with you. We are in the midst of the first serious rain storm of the wet season here in Bayarea. It’s sweet to hear the rain coming down and to see the garden and the surrounding hills drink it all up.

The last of the light projecting the verandah view onto our bedroom wall

The last of the light projecting the verandah view onto our bedroom wall –
gum trees, kero lamp and a pinch of Pittosporum

The living room at dusk

The living room at dusk

Walking the dog

Walking the dog along the future tsunami’s path – from the West across the bay and through the Oakland port.

Strange creatures on the stoop

Strange creatures on the stoop – racoon/wolf hybrid?