Sunday, November 1, 2009

Scenic Sunday

Yesterday I took a short hike through
the Sycamore Valley Open Space...
the hills around Mt. Diablo are just starting to show
a hint of green...
Danville, CA
(10/31/09)

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16 comments:

eileeninmd said...

It is a pretty scene with the hills and the bit of green popping around the Mt Diablo.

Sharon said...

It's so nice to see the different scenery from around the world. This is a very beautiful shot of these hills. I'm sure they change dramatically throughout the year.

Bill S. said...

What a beautiful place. This is what I love about blogging - you can see places you want to visit.
Thanks.

Don and Krise said...

No doubt about it. That is scenic. Rolling hills like that always seem so inviting to me for some reason.

Wenche said...

It is a beautiful place for a hike. In my country are the mountains almost ready for winter. Some of the mountains are white of snow. The winter is coming very fast.

Teresa said...

breathtaking view!

Stine in Ontario said...

How interesting, just as my green turns to brown the opposite is happening where you are! Hmmmm.

HIDEYA said...

Wow, the air is clear.
It is the autumn sky!

Mari said...

What a b=gorgeous shot! I love the header too.

Oz Girl said...

G.O.R.G.E.O.U.S.

Looks like an awesome place for a great hike. The sky is so blue and beautiful. :)

Barbara said...

What a lovely scene. Loved your autumn leaves previously posted also. Have a great day. Barbara

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

That was so unexpected how things green up in the fall in northern CA. Like two springs a year! I miss it. Lovely scenic shot. And your header photo is a big Wow.

Bacolod and Beyond said...

The place is clear and peaceful.
You've got a nice capture of the scene.
Thanks for visiting my blog too.

Bonnie Bonsai said...

A beautiful contour of hills and mountains.

Kirigalpoththa said...

Very scenic!

Carol said...

Funny how we are just losing our green and you are getting yours back. What a gorgeous setting and you have framed it so well. Carol