Tag Archives: Tuna Crabs

OCTOBER AQUA SEA IN LA JOLLA

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Lobster season opens in October, which means that each early morning the wooden lobster boats show up to pull up their traps, remove any legal size lobsters, re-bait the traps & return them to the sea.  Life by the sea is like that, a cycle of seasons that return & repeat.  A continuity of living life with constant change.  A paradox of the sea always being there, but changing with every tide, every moon, every storm & even ocean warming due to climate change.  It is sacred to live life by the sea.  Continue reading

SUDDENLY IT’S SUMMER IN PACIFIC BEACH

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SUDDENLY IT’S SUMMER – Now that it is summer there are children playing on all the beaches.  Mother’s arrive to the beach early with umbrellas & all the baggage that kids seem to require, but the kids really just want to play.  The beach can be a perfect sand box for even small children to dig to their heart’s content.  Watching kids at the beach making mud pies, building sand castles and hunting for seashells, all the while running along the edge of the sea & screaming with laughter just makes me smile.  After the children get completely coated with sandy mud, they just take a dip in the ocean!  Continue reading

TUNA CRABS SAN DIEGO – JAPANESE BRUSH PAINTING & PHOTOS

TUNA CRABS ARE ON THE BEACHES AGAIN IN SAN DIEGO.  Ode to a Tuna Crab is a Japanese brush painting 14″ x 16″.