Sheana Voltz took a stroll along the Mendocino Bluffs this last Monday, taking in the marine air and the distant hiss of the surf, and came to a realization: fall is near.
Voltz was struck by the “contrasting colors of the sea and the fall colors on the bluff.” She said that, “The blackberries, the wild radish seed pods, the fried egg plant flowers just scream fall.”
Voltz reminds us of the beauty of transition, the willingness to embrace change. Summer’s ending is the beginning of the cycle starting anew.
MendoFever’s newest column, MendoMoments, is dedicated to showcasing the land, animals, and people that make up Mendocino County. All Mendocino County residents and visitors are invited to participate. Send photographs to email@example.com including a description of what your photograph depicts, where it was taken, and any other important details.
- MendoMoments: The Long and Winding Philo-Greenwood Road
- MendoMoments: Surfer Rides a Wave Under the Blood Red Sun of Smoky Skies
- MendoMoments: A Gray Whale Emerges from the Pacific
- MendoMoments: A Wake of Vultures Feast on a Carcass
- MendoMoments: A Glass Beach Squirrel Gets Ornery When It Does Not Get a Snack
- MendoMoments: A Barn Owl in the Backyard
- MendoMoments: Lost in the Maze of Brooktrails
- MendoMoments: Noyo Harbor’s Baby Ospreys Emerge
- MendoMoments: Memorial Day at Russian River Cemetery
- MendoMoments: Soaking Feet in a Cool Creek
- MendoMoments: The Super Flower Blood Moon Descends Behind Duncan Peak
- MendoMoments: A Little Library in the Hamlet of Hearst
- MendoMoments: Thunderheads Gather Above the Mayacama Mountains
- MendoMoments: Lake Mendocino Through the Lens of a Newcomer