Barbara Swanson has a lens for each of San Diego’s natural worlds. A coastal resident with a special flair for shorebirds, the winter and spring months draw her out to the wonders of the Anza-Borrego Desert with its annual unfolding of wildflowers and surprising abundance of wildlife. Her photo awards are numerous, including the People’s Choice at the Del Mar Exposition and other juried shows. Some of her photographic work can be seen at: greenearthplanet. She is a scientist by vocation.
Lee McComb has been visiting San Diego’s back country since the early 1960s, when he was a cyclist with the Escondido Touring Club. His favorite aspect of San Diego’s back country is history, from the amazing original peoples to colorful settlers to old roads and trails. His professional major is geomatics, with a minor in astronomy; maps and illustrations appear in many of the posts and pages.
Always stop by an Avery sculpture when visiting Borrego Springs!