Silk thread waiting to be woven into fabric at Inle Lake in Burma.
Sent by: Joan Rutkowski
Lake Los Carneros in Goleta.
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When the saints go marching in New Orleans.
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A double rainbow over Hotel Milo in Santa Barbara.
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With the drought we might expect a bad year for wildflowers on Figueroa Mountain, but there are still good sights to be seen. Helen Tarbet of the Forest Service invites the public to a tour on Saturday, March 28. The group will meet at the Figueroa Ranger Station at 9 a.m. and it will last three to four hours. It will mostly be a “drive and stroll,” but participants are asked to wear comfortable shoes and a jacket, a hat and sunscreen and bring lunch and plenty of water.
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Strange clouds were seen over Carpinteria at sunset Tuesday night.
Sent by: Dianne Armitage
Spring has sprung in Denver, but not before winter delivered another blast of snow earlier this month.
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