Iangay, I ended up moving it. I did get a GPS and found out I was a bit off. It's right next to the property thats for sale and has a water trough on the side of the road. I think I climbed up behind the water trough for this shot.
It's a best steam photo, which I ever seen.
Hermosa criatura, y pensar que hay personas capaces de matarlas a garrotazos…
Debemos detener los actos crueles en contra de la naturaleza.
Good vantage point for the back end of Pine Flat. Liking the photo.
I'm fortunate to say I partly know this person because I live in bay area about 50 miles from there. I have seen his house Christmas display for two years in a row. The lights timed to music is amazing.
This is nothing compared to seeing him play live music. I got tickets to the 1994 concert in Los Angeles where he stood in and I was in a trance to watch that performance.
This is the bridge over Pudding Creek. The locals I know have always refered to it as the Pudding Creek Trestle (the highway 1 overpass at Puddng Creek is called the bridge, this picture is usually called the trestle). But in fact it was part of the old logging road used to bring cut logs to Mackerricher State Park where there was a pier, to be loaded on ships for San Francisco. The Haul road was open to car traffic on weekends as recently as the late 70's. Now it's open to pedestrians, bikes and horses, but many people use it to get to Fort Bragg by bicycle from Cleone, a ride of about 1.5 miles. The Haul road is part of a planned trail along the coast, which most recently was increased by the purchase of a 100ft wide swath through the Georgia Pacific Mill Property in Fort Bragg. If all goes well we will be seeing Fort Bragg from vantage points few have seen in town. The Haul Road is intact a little past Mackerricher State Park and there are plans (hopes?) to extend the Haul road to Ten Mile bridge. The renovation of the bridge was finished in the late fall of 2007. It's a wonderful walk.
Sure it's "well done", whatever it is...
This is the mouth of Elkhorn Slough, not the Pajaro River. Pajaro is to the north
cool photo, I have just started doing some panoramic photo's.