Episode 9: Some reflections on Rancho Murieta

A photo essay on the light that’s all around us.

A sign so nice, you can see it twice. The barber shop at Murieta Markplace, after hours, with a convenient puddle.
A late-spring sunrise at Lake Calero is mirrored in the lake.
From the wooden bridge, the Cosumnes River doubles down on the clouds.
A fisherman at summer twilight (as pink as a tropical drink!) at Lake Calero.
Making summer magic, a moonrise at Lake Calero.
Reflections in a thousand eyes. This collection of hubcaps, almost an art installation, was in the Murieta Business Park on Cantova Way.
An early morning fisherman is honored by God’s rays at Lake Calero.
An April downpour turns the supermarket parking lot into an artist’s palette – mostly red.
Dreamy morning clouds meet the shore of Lake Calero.

Happy 20th, ETC (Signed, all of Rancho Murieta)

This season marks Entertainment, Theatre and Culture’s 20th anniversary. We went along for the ride at a 2021 concert just to see what it’s like. (The answer: It’s a lot.)

The 2022 season begins with the free ETC Kick-Off event – Sunday, May 22, 3 to 5 p.m. at the Rancho Murieta Country Club. There will be wine tasting and food provided by local restaurants. You can buy your memberships and concerts tickets, volunteer for concert duties and enter to win door prizes. There are five concerts after that, with tickets at $25 for members and $35 for non-members. Details here.