This is a journal of images by California photographer Skip Moss. The places, people, and events caught through my lens. Photographs of the Central Coast and mountains of California, the landscapes of the Western U.S. and travels abroad.
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Another gorgeous day in paradise. Hiking the Vicente Flats Trail Below Cone Peak on the Southern Big Sur coast. Click on the images to see them larger on your full screen browser.
|Early morning along the coast|
|Fiddlenecks, Monkey Flower, Lupines|
|The view to the South|
|Hare Creek in Vicente Flats|
|Coast Redwoods along the creek|
|Details in Hare Creek|
|She's all mine|
|Charred window in an old stump|
|Grasses and burned bark|
|Running through the big trees|
|The Vicente Trail|
|"Did you get any wild strawberries?"|
I had a chance to hike up the Salmon and Spruce Creek drainages in Big Sur. Lots of flowers, plenty of water, wasps in my ear, and on the way home Tika spotted a scruffy dog riding in style.
|Above Spruce Camp|
|Looking through the Water|
|Even the Poison Oak looks good|
|Everyone on the Spruce Creek trail know this tree|
|Indian Paintbrush and Ferns|
|Petals that look like paper|
|Who's that dog?|
Spent two days roaming through Yosemite N.P. taking "Touristy" photos.
Despite the people, the cars, the hum and rattle in the park, the beauty still is there.
|Half Dome from the Four Mile Trail|
|The Yosemite High Country from Glacier Point|
|Wapama Falls, Hetch Hetchy|
|Hetch Hetchy Dam|
|On its way to San Francisco|
|Hetch Hetchy Reservoir|
|Who built this wall, and when?|