Two Ranges on the Solstice 2014
It’s rare to see across the San Joaquin Valley to the California Coast Range anymore, over the small community of Elderwood, from the Paregien Ranch, then look east to the Kaweah Peaks of the Great Western Divide, and Moro Rock in Sequoia National Park — a good air day!
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Isn’t it breathtaking when we can see that far? Great shots, John.
Yes. With some fresh air, to escape my tunnel vision for vaster landscapes fills me with awe, becomes humbling. Have a Merry Christmas, Evelyne! 🙂
To you too. John.