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Sea Lion Pups in La Jolla, California

There are now 12 sea lion pups in La Jolla, California.  These pups are only a few weeks old!  Sea lion mothers nurse their pups for one year.  Mother’s must leave their pups alone for periods of time to go out to catch fish so they can produce breast milk to feed their pup.  These marine mammals are federally protected.  Remember to stay back 50 feet to respectfully observe them.  These are wild marine mammals and no matter how cute they look, they can bite! 

Peacock Magic Greeting Cards

 

“Peacock Magic” – Photo Greeting Cards of peacocks & a peacock painting/collage art of mine.  We all love peacock’s beauty – the magic shimmer of their feathers & the fan that is displayed when they open their tail all captivate our imagination like they are a creature from an Arabian Nights fairy tale. 

These peacock photographs were shot at the San Diego Zoo where wild peacocks walk the trails with visitors.  “Peacock Jewel Tapestry” is a Japanese brush painting with gelli prints and a watercolor background all collaged together to create layers of beauty & magic. 

These “Peacock Magic” greeting cards are perfect to use for any occasion.  The inside of the cards are blank and each card back is hand-stamped with either a dolphin or pelican motif, which has been hand-carved & printed by Nancy Lee Artist By-the-Sea.  Each card is 6 ½” x 5” with a 6” x 4” photo.  These cards could also be easily framed to give as gifts or display in your home!

A set of six cards costs $20 plus shipping & handling.  At this time, these cards are only available for purchase direct from the artist on Etsy.

https://www.etsy.com/shop/NancyLeeArtByTheSea?ref=hdr_shop_menu

SAN DIEGO ZOO – Tigers, Flamingos, Pandas & Peacocks Oh My!

Tigers, Peacocks, Flamingos & Pandas – Oh My!  Such beauty at the San Diego Zoo.  It was wonderful spending time with some of the volunteers there, too.  I was happily surprised at all the education given to visitors there now.  The educational exhibits are wonderful and some are interactive, too.  Sometimes the animals couldn’t be seen because the foliage in their enclosures gives them the opportunity to stay out of sight.  Really the San Diego Zoo is evolving in the right direction!