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issue #7 Photo Essay ~ Pinnacles National Park
Gorgeous landscapes after all the storms in California
These atmospheric rivers gushing over California have wreaked havoc in many areas (Just a few days ago we were evacuated from the cabin we’ve been renting due to potential flooding, and are still waiting for the “OK” to return.) but have brought a lushness to the land that I haven’t seen in years - or maybe ever. My wife and I decided to go check out Pinnacles National Park, which is a short drive away. We did a 10-mile loop, and the greenery blew our minds. There were even waterfalls! I’ve always considered Pinnacles to be hot, dry, and dusty, so this was like meeting an entirely new place.
It was such a treat to see this park in such a different character. We’ve been hiking here for years and typically the streams are completely dry.
I hope you enjoyed this gallery of beautiful scenes from a little known national park. Please keep California in your thoughts as the next round of the atmospheric river passes through over the following days.
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