Sunday to Sunday: A Season of Change


Spring 2017, Week 1

From the Fiduciary Rule to the U.S. Supreme Court, from to starvation in south Sudan to mudslides and flooding in Columbia, and from US bombs in Syria to the use of chemical weapons by the Syrian Government against their own people, the first week of April 2017 brought dramatic change. Here at Antioch, our Sunday-to-Sunday staff focused their cameras on some gentler, more refreshing Santa Barbara Spring happenings, amidst a sweeping political and international Season of Change.

“When the poppies are near, Spring is here.” (Santa Cruz, CA) – Sarah Humphreys


“Spring is here, the future is near.” – Damon Hickman


“Change brings unexpected beauty. This new artisan handrail ‘grows on’ visitors.”  
(Arroyo Burro Beach, Santa Barbara) – Bronwyn Wallace


“‘Sometimes in the winds of change, we find our true direction.’ – Author Unknown.”
(Romero Canyon Trail, Montecito.) – Yann Le Maitre


“Golden Hour on The Mesa, Santa Barbara.” – Andria Kester


"My third year living here, but my first time experiencing the Spring season so green. Loving it!" - Anniken Andersen“My third year living here, but my first time experiencing the Spring season so green.
Loving it!” – Anniken Andersen


“Driving to Thousand Oaks with the roof down, that’s Spring alright!”
                       – Chakib Youcefi


“The first squash blossoms let me know that Spring
is truly here.”  – Bobby Georges


“Sometime change hurts! A traffic cone falls casualty to Spring round-about construction on Cliff Drive and Los Positas Rd.”  – Bronwyn Wallace


About Author


Bronwyn Wallace

Bronwyn Wallace joins The Odyssey Online as part of Antioch's BA to MACP Pathway program. She enjoys live music, theatre, art, kids, soccer, sunsets, beaches, hearing the Santa Barbara Mission bells every morning, and being an idealist. She looks forward to a time when each person's unique contribution to society is valued and their "packaging" - is only as important - as any other kind of gift wrap.

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