Autumn in Paradise (aka Northern California)

East Peak

East Peak

November 16, 2013

Just a quick post of recent Mt. Tam images. November hiking in the area is one of the times of year that remind me more than ever why I love the Bay Area. While others back east are bundling up, chopping and storing firewood for winter, I’m traipsing along Northern California trails in shorts and one thin base layer for my torso, photographing ladybugs and trying really hard to get a worm’s eye view of a mushroom clump.

Rock Spring Trail

Rock Spring Trail

Cataract Trail

Cataract Trail

Bootjack Trail

Bootjack Trail

 

Laurel Dell

Laurel Dell

 

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About victorvolta

I am a freelance photographer/writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. I grew up in the very suburban city of Santa Clara. Education: San Jose State University (class of '84) BA degree in Journalism with concentrations in Photojournalism and English. Favorite Foods: Ribeye steaks and Stan's Doughnuts (separate plates, usually). Favorite Drinks: Strong gourmet coffee and Trader Joe's Blood Orange Italian Soda (separate cups).
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2 Responses to Autumn in Paradise (aka Northern California)

  1. Hope says:

    Great shots, especially the mushrooms. I love the way you captured the light!

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