The metal sculptures of Ricardo Breceda[slideshow]
After days of wind which limited our outdoor activity, this morning is calm. Off we go to find the creatures that roam the Anza Borrego! Instead of viewing the sculptures from the PTV, I park so we can walk around the desert of Galleta Meadows Estates, discovering sculptures in the sand and among the creosote bushes. What a fun way to spend a morning!
Bridget and Spike enjoy the adventure, too!
They nonchalantly wander around a giant scorpion, and then when we approach the baby elephant, their attitude changes, especially Spike’s. He growls and barks ferociously in an attempt to make it go away!
We didn’t see all the sculptures.
Now we have an excuse to go back. This is the kind of activity I love . . . enjoying the outdoors on a beautiful day, just me and my crew.
I didn’t want all those photos in the slideshow.
The slideshow is repetitive, I know. That’s because I haven’t yet figured out the new procedures for making slideshows that WordPress recently put into place. (WordPress Motto: If it ain’t broke, fix it!) I selected the photos I want to publish here. Instead, all the photos in my file appear in the slideshow. Oh well . . .
Bridget and Spike crash in the BLT soon after we arrive home. I bet they’ll sleep most of the afternoon.
P.S. Click on Galleta Meadows Estates to read about the generosity of Dennis Avery and to see more of Brecedo’s sculptures.