Took this in black and white from atop of the narrow bridge looking down at the flowing water and ripples below. In the bottom corner you can see just what is left and slightly still legible of the sign itself.
The now unused (and most likely unsafe for any vehicles) narrow bridge that is part of the now condemned path of San Francisquito Road Ca. looks to have some nice water flow accumulated beneath, from the downpour of rain which we received last week.
A little close up into the eye of my pet bearded dragon.
Our drought stricken SoCal is finally getting a much needed raining and I can bet that nature is enjoying every drop.
This image of scorched bushes and dry landscape of the Lake Elizabeth area I think help to show California’s deep need for a good rain, as we are currently starting to face a serious drought crisis. As beautiful as our sunny skies and warm temperatures appear, if I could control the weather, I would much invite the east coast’s snow and freezing temperatures here momentarily to help curb our drought problem.
A view by the lakeside of Elizabeth Lake Ca. Although the land has been scorched and is quite barren in comparison to only a couple of years ago, there is still a peace and tranquility that can be found in the atmosphere here.
A pair of Turkey vultures which circled over me during my hike at Lake Elizabeth Ca.