This summer we did a bit of traveling. One of the places we visited was Oxnard, California.
The hotel was fantastic, which meant it was clean, comfortable, and convenient. I was impressed by both it’s proximity to the beach and the fact that the one bedroom suite had two bathrooms.
But I was not impressed with the multitude of “Take a selfie here!” signs stuck all over the place, cluttering up the scenery.
Did the hotel management really think people needed to be encouraged to take selfies? Have they never walked down pretty much any street, anywhere?
Me, I’m not into selfies. Why should I waste time taking pictures of me? I can see me any time I want. All I have to do if find a mirror and BAM, there I am.
Instead, I’d rather capture the unique and/or illusive. Like these black flowers.
I’ve never seen flowers quite like these in Seattle.
Fascinating. Absolutely fascinating.
Well worth a picture.