Category Archives: California Missions

Mission Bell

Version 2Mission El Camino Real, CA.

Mission Tranquility

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Finding Warmer Climes

While the temp outside hangs around 28 degrees I thought I needed to be reminded of a warmer place and time. These two images were shot at a California Mission, probably Camino Real or Mission Soledad. DSC_0501-001 DSC_0509-001

El Camino Real-#2

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Mission Doors and Cross

Mission Bell

Couple at California Mission

The Cross and the Pelican

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Final Resting

DSC_0463Flower GardenHeadstone where my grandparents are buried in Santa Maria, Ca. Resting place of most of my dad’s remains, in a funeral urn, placed just in front of this headstone. The flower garden is at Mission Soledad. At this spot we spread the last of the ashes of my dad. Mission Soledad is near Salinas, where he spent much of his youth.

Father Junipero Serra

PotteryFather Junipero SerraTwo items at the Mission Soledad. An example of the pottery done at the Mission and a statue of Father Junipero Serra.

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Life out there

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RESISTENZA

"Man will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest." - Denis Diderot

Records I Like

Witterings from an old indie kid

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