Song of Trees continued: These are the trees that planted themselves after the Wild Fire of 1996. This spot had been dozed for a fire break. I had never seen the view as the manzanita, ceanothus, and chemise was so tall and thick. After the clearing when I finally saw the view. That was it. That was where I would build my house.
And for those of you not on social media, here is what Weds looked like while we waited to see if this was going to come with dry lightning.
3 thoughts on “Sunday Photos, 8/21/2022”
Alway love to see the pictures of the coast and how it recovers after a fire. Our property is slowly coming back after the Colorado fire.
Thanks, I always enjoy picture Sunday.
Always love your photos.!
In Monterey self planted is often blue jay stashed acorns. We call the sprouting oaks volunteers, they’re very hardy.