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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.

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A view of the other side of the landscape along the broken path of San Francisquito road Ca.
The large mass in the left foreground is most likely more leftover concrete and sediment remains from the St. Francis dam disaster, while in highest peak of the left background you can see a rock formation that seems to be much different from the rest of the hills and landscape. The formation looks to be something more reminiscent of the great mass of geological formations you will find in the famous Vasquez Canyon Rock which would be located somewhere a bit further northeast of the area photographed. It’s always fascinating to me to see the strange alterations of landscape and oddities that seem to stand out from the rest of the land, and wonder just how they had been formed millions of years ago.

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A little closer look of the growing moss below the water surface and the reflections above it. The omission of rocks around the water in this shot tend to give a little more of an abstract appearance.

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There is something always so serene and tranquil when sitting along waters of natural streams and creeks in deserts and forest.

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Some interesting graffiti underneath the now abandoned narrow bridge of the old San Francisquito road route.

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A small portion of a stream in San Francisquito which had a little small running current providing it’s own natural aeration of the stream. I was particularly drawn to the green covered rock sprouting what almost looked like clovers.

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