Ned

Ned

Posted on 06/16/2013


Photo taken on April 12, 2013



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Sunlit Oak

Sunlit Oak
At Crane Creek Park. Straight print made 15 June 2013.

Chronocrator, Vtumane, Andrej Kutarna, Florence Lequesne and 6 other people have particularly liked this photo


7 comments - The latest ones
Mark Magin
Mark Magin
Like the tones and contrasts. Clearly a great place for film captures.
4 years ago.
Florence Lequesne
Florence Lequesne
Love it !
4 years ago.
Lil I --( Irene2carton old flickr name )
Lil I --( Irene2cart…
superb shot

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4 years ago.
Formica
Formica
lovely. makes me want to take a walk.
4 years ago.
Ned
Ned
Thank you everyone for the kind words.

My dad came by here and looked at my photos a few days ago.
He particularly noted how gracious the comments are, especially compared to other internet forums. He said it must be nice to be part of such a civilized community. I agree!
4 years ago.
rodney abbott buchanan
rodney abbott buchan…
i been recently to crane creek late afternoon, and most recently at helen putnam, how bout taylor mountain? was out to jack london today in the curious drizzle from alaska, very nice!
we have a 5 month+ lab mix, very rowdy, goes to the beach and the regional parks, loves to collect ticks
4 years ago.
Ned has replied to rodney abbott buchan…
I want to go to Taylor Mountain soon -- I haven't been there yet because my wife told me the trail heads straight up. Our golden retriever "Mango" has a bad hip and even though she's full of energy she doesn't do well on steep hills or on paved surfaces. Helen Putnam is the limit and I have to give her a rimadyl pill before we go there. It's a shame because I love hiking to the top of Mt. Burdell! Something about the sand at the beach is perfect and she can walk and run all day there. My most recent discovery is a gravel road along Santa Rosa Creek between Fulton and Willowside. There's a bike path on the other side of the creek, so all the bikes are over on that side. It's only a couple miles long but it's really pleasant and there are enough trees so there is shade even on a hot afternoon. I also really like Foothill park near Windsor and Riverfront park.
4 years ago.