[220/365] Star Lantern at San Antonio Winery, Los Angeles, California, USA

This was a lantern hanging inside the gift shop of the winery that we saw as we were waiting for the tour to start. Such intricate details!

[219/365] Macaroons from Bay Cities Italian Deli, Los Angeles, California, USA

They tasted just okay, but they just looked so cute. I love the pastel colors! Just had to set up a little photo shoot. :P

[218/365] Outdoor Bike Display, Downtown, Houston, Texas, USA

Earlier this year, I spent a fun-filled weekend in Texas. On my first day, we went around Houston. Downtown, there was an outdoor display of these bikes adorned with all sorts of recyclables, painted in a multitude of colors.

Have a great weekend! GO BRUINS! :D Beat Texas!

[217/365] Lemons, Watsonville, California, USA

 When life give you lemons, make lemonade...or cut up pieces of lemon for your Corona. :P

Goodbye Summer, hello Autumn! Today marks the first day of Fall.

[216/365] Field of Vegetables, Watsonville, California, USA

What kind of vegetable is this? You're asking the wrong person - I have no idea. It makes for cool looking field photos though! Passed by this as we left the Manresa State Beach. To our right were strawberry fields and to our left was this lush field of perfectly parallel rows of greenery.

[215/365] Barrels, San Antonio Winery, Los Angeles, California, USA

The San Antonio Winery is a historical landmark in Los Angeles. It is actually the only winery within the city of Los Angeles, surviving prohibition by exclusive wine production for the Catholic Church. Learned a lot on the tour about the people behind the winery and about the production of the wine. Enjoyed my visit!

[214/365] Wine-Inspired Birthday Cards, 1984, San Antonio Winery Gift Shop, Los Angeles, California, USA

Finally got to see the San Antonio Winery in East Los Angeles! As we waited for the winery tour to begin after we did the tasting, we strolled around the gift shop. These were wine-inspired birthday cards with birth year and age containing facts about significant events and celebrity birthdays in that year.

[213/365] Field of Yellow Flowers, Zarcero, Costa Rica

We had our own personal tour guide on our last day in San Jose, Costa Rica. On this day, we visited the Central Highlands area outside of San Jose. These were some yellow flowers we saw outside  church in the area. So lovely.

[212/365] Lone Tree Outside Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, California, USA

Hello, friends! Happy Sunday! This is a photo I took a while ago outside the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena. Sorry, my photo descriptions have been lacking...can't get myself to write substantial information about each photo.

[211/365] Corn over the Grill, Camping, Watsonville, California, USA

Corn roasting over the grill with some charcoal in the background. That's camping for you!

[210,365] View from the Plane, LAX to OAK, California, USA

On flights to the Bay Area, I rarely ever stay awake even to lift off. This time, I stayed awake and I got to see the view of the city I was leaving behind. It's actually really nice views - maybe I'll try to stay awake longer next time!

[209/365] Happy Birthday Cupcakes Display, The Cupcake Bakery, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Cute cupcakes display at a bakery in Melbourne! It's September, and there always seems to be a ton of friend's birthdays in the coming months. Birthday time, let's begin!

[208/365] Fence Overlooking the Beach, Manresa State Beach, Watsonville, California, USA

Yay it's the weekend! This was a photo taken as we left the beach and headed back to our campsite. Can you believe it's already September? This year has gone by so fast!

[207/365] Silhouettes of Birds against a Hazy Sky, Manresa State Beach, Watsonville, California, USA

When we arrived at Manresa Beach, it was a hazy day. The silhouettes of the birds were black against a hazy white/gray sky. Good thing the sun came out in the afternoon!

[206/365] Trees, Mt. Madonna Campgrounds, Watsonville, California, USA

Eeeks, it has been a while since I've posted! Been so so busy! Anyway, this last weekend I went camping at the Mt. Madonna campgrounds in Watsonville. These tall trees helped keep our area nice and shady!