Bursting blue carvel-built boat, ocean color, a thousand feet into the trees
I have never walked more around Berkeley than since the shelter-in-place orders!
I have lived in Berkeley, on and off, since 1985, I think. Life was always busy, with college, then a endless series of high-intensity startups, the children, the moves and remodels. Pleasure walks took a second seat to the big emergencies of work and the small ones of family life. The walks I now take are a new discovery for me: for the first time I actually look around me, and notice small details, inconspicuous sights whose reality touch me.
What have you seen in a recent walk, that struck your eye, not with admiration, but with intrigue, surprise, or simply interest?