Happily ensconced in the post-Road Scholar hotel and schedule, D and I were able to return to our usual morning walks and reaped the benefits when we found this wonderful bakery. The morning light shows it off very well, but the contents made it worth doing without sun if necessary.
I fell in love with the base of this this palm frond; beautiful pattern and color.
This restaurant became another favorite eatery despite the street construction that made it less easy to negotiate getting there.
I found Pepe's not only a good place to eat but suspected it could be the type of place I'd enjoy painting. So . . . on the same walk that allowed the photo of the yellow flowers, D agreed to circle by Pepe's where I thought the light might be interesting. I was right.
More harbor shots on the same morning:
Finally, a watery, abstract reflection of the railing against which I had been leaning.
That morning walk yielded more than exercise!