Waves are upon us! Now, to find some that aren't crowded.
An edhat reader shares a video of the view from Inspiration Point during a Christmas hike.
An edhat reader shares a foamy photo from Hendry's Beach.
Edhat readers share colorful photos of sunsets.
Chuck shares a photo of local birds enjoying a bath.
Max shares a picture from the spectacular sunset on Tuesday.
An edhat reader shares their view from Mountain Drive.
Max shares an aerial view over Gaviota from last week.
The Canary Island Pine, a subtropical conifer, is one of the most striking skyline trees seen in Santa Barbara.
Edhat readers share their photos of Thursday's double rainbow.
Edhat readers share photos of the recent sunrises and sunsets.
An edhat reader shares pictures taken from their adventure on Thanksgiving in remote parts of Santa Barbara County.
Max shares a birdseye view of Santa Barbara.
An edhat reader shares their view of the beautiful sunrise from Monday morning.
An edhat reader shares their view of Stearns Wharf holiday lights.
Wendy shares photos of a Santa Barbara sunset and ocean views from a bike ride near Gaviota.
Max shares a photo of a Santa Barbara sunrise from this past Friday.
An edhat reader captured a photo of a bear at Cold Spring Tavern on Saturday.
Tom photographs the changing of the seasons, and the waves, in Goleta.
An edhat reader shares a picture they took of a red-tailed hawk over More Mesa on Friday.
The Deodar Cedar is a majestic conifer which makes a stunning focal point in the landscape, and it's our tree of the month.
Local pilot Max shares a photo of a stunning local sunset while flying above our local area.
After nearly walking into this Orb Weaver web last week, Chuck took to observing its industrious inhabitant.
An edhat reader shares videos and photos high above Santa Barbara.
Have you ever walked, by accident, into an unnoticed spider web?
An edhat reader shares photos from a mule trail ride along Ellwood and Deveraux.
An edhat reader sent in photos from their lovely Santa Barbara bike ride last week.
“Fire-wheel Tree” may seem like a strange name for a tree, until you see its fiery-red, circular-shaped, flower clusters (called umbels), which look like flaming bicycle wheels!
An Edhat reader submitted pictures of their beautiful beaucarnea recurvata in their backyard.
An edhat reader shares gorgeous views from the top of the Santa Barbara hills.