Sunny Sunday in Santa Cruz

February 11, 2008 at 7:22 pm 2 comments

It was unusually warm yesterday but super nice weather to get outside in. After all the rain we’ve been having on the Central Coast of California, the recent sunshine has been welcome. So my sweetie took me to a little section of cliff overlooking Monterey Bay and New Brighton Beach, just south of Capitola. There were so many people out, it felt like summer!

Check out the photo sideshow I made from the little adventure. Unfortunately the flora that i love so much is all invasive species! Note the eucalyptus, both fully grown trees and little baby shoots, the ice plant covering the ground and side of the cliff and the wild grass… you know that grass that you find all up and down Highway 1, what is it called?

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  • 1. kristin  |  April 2, 2008 at 11:45 am

    you mean pampas grass? the big one with sharp-ass leaves and fluffy seed heads that is, yes indeed, a totally invasive evil species like iceplant πŸ™‚

    ahhh….but how yr video made me miss home! Invaded or not!

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  • 2. amandamaria  |  April 3, 2008 at 12:00 am

    yea, the big stuff, pampas grass! thank you!

    Reply

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