Turning the Page on a Season – Goodbye Spring, Hello Summer

Near the top of Black Mountain - Rancho San Antonio Regional Park

Near the top of Black Mountain – Rancho San Antonio Regional Park

June 20, 2014

A fun, eventful and adventure-filled spring is about to end. With my John Muir Trail adventure coming up in about 40 days, summer promises to be even more of a thrill. Today I share a gallery of images from this past spring’s travels, hikes and backpacking trips to Desolation Wilderness, Mendocino, Mt. Diablo, Muir Woods, Mt. Tamalpais (multiple times, of course), Rancho San Antonio, and Purisima Creek (note: I did cheat a bit and included a few from late winter). Happy Trails to all. (click on first photo below to start the gallery show)

 

 

 

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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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