Today's Daily Drop is a small reminder to get some rest. We're all working really hard to keep up with school from home, so feel free to take this Sunday as a rest day like Mr. Eiras's dog! Tomorrow, we'll back with action! Thanks for tuning in!
Dear all, please enjoy some photos of clouds sent in by Mr. Smock and Kate Newton '22. All of these photos were taken just outside of their homes! Keep an eye outside of your window and take a break from the screens this weekend to catch some sights like these ones. That snake cloud is a pretty rare find, and those clouds are really fluffy! Thanks for tuning in!
Today's submission has a huge variety of sights sent in by Dr. McDonald from San Francisco and John Muir Woods before the Shelter in Place happened. Of course, these sights are still going to be here after... we've just got to wait it out in the best way possible. Stay patient and healthy and trust us, the wonders of the world and your friends are still going to be there when the virus has been beaten! Thanks for your time!
In today's post, Dr. Gautier shares her travels in a collection of beautiful photos that remind us that there is more to explore in the world than just our direct communities. Her statement about the photos is as follows: "One of my passions, besides learning/teaching languages, is to travel, especially to very remote parts of the world in order to totally disconnect, share people's traditional ways of living and learn from them. In this time of confinement and travel restrictions, I am very grateful for the amazing trips I have done. I usually take 200+ pictures per day when I…
Our first three images are from Alan Kagiri during a walk around his house. Echoing yesterday's drop, sometimes the most beautiful parts of nature are right next to us. The last image was sent by Kathryn Sweeney on a hike at Windy Hill. We're hoping that these images inspire you to find your own path in the woods.
These fascinating pictures were taken by Dr. Su on a walk around Half Moon Bay. This beauty is right next to us and we need to build time out of our day to enjoy it. It might not be as sublime as what is above, but there is always some hidden mystery next to us that we need to take the time to discover. Hopefully we'll see your stunning submission next!
We've made it through one week of the Daily Drop! Thanks for tuning in everyday! In this edition, Ms. Phillips shares some photos that she took with her daughter when they went roller skating. What's something new that you want to try?
Please enjoy this picture that I took this weekend as a Sunday Special before we start our next week of remote learning. I encourage all of you to go out and do something similar to calm your minds. We're looking for submissions every day!
As the weekend is starting, take a look at some of the other Daily Drop posts and stay in contact with your peers to remain motivated during this time! In this issue, Liam Strand '20 took inspiration from our third daily drop to show a picture of his dog, who is staying happy and healthy. Thanks for tuning in!
We all sometimes feel like the girl in this digital piece... attached to our devices even though we might not want to be. Take some time out during this remote learning experience to look up and enjoy the sights around you. This beautiful submission comes from Mikayla Knestrick '22!