This afternoon my brother, Ted and Mark, and their wives, Monica and Brigette went wine tasting with Georgia and I. We drove back to the Edna Valley, and stopped at a couple of wineries, Chamisole and Wolff.
The wines were fine, but I was hoping to see (and photograph) some new butterflies. I did see one unknown swallowtail flit past, and a few Cabbage whites in the fields, but alas, the only one I could get in pixels was an old standby, the Painted Lady.
As always, the weather on the other side of the other hills along the coast was clear, dry and lovely.
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