Along Georgia, my wife and I walked on the opposite side of the street from where we would normally go when looking for Reddy or Zero—both of which are profiled in my “Cats of University Heights” series. A canopy of green greeted us; one of our neighbors is growing grapes and extended the vines over the sidewalk. What a treat.
The Featured Image shows the vantage as we first saw the splendid spectacle of San Diego gardening. Vitals, aperture manually set for this one and its companion: f/5.6, ISO 100, 1/250 sec, 28mm; 4:02 p.m. PDT, today.
The other shows grape clusters growing on the property. Vitals: f/8, ISO 400, 1/125 sec, 28mm; 4:01 p.m. I used Leica Q2 for both photos, which are composed as shot. The file sizes are large, so there may be some delay when loading in your web browser.
We didn’t see either kitty—but another, Loki, greeted us along Madison near Florida.