How I See Northern California

Published March 3, 2015 by lynn k scott

In response to, I am showing some pictures of what I see daily here in Northern California.  Having lived here for almost 18 years now, it’s enough city, sprinkled with some country, that makes it the ideal home for me.  Not to mention….NO SNOW.  Growing up in Upstate NY, I’m over the whole snowy winter business. Without further adieu…


Sunrise as I was leaving for work one morning.  The colors were so bright and warming.  I risked being late, just so I could snap a couple pictures.

  The next set of pictures are from Pena Adobe Park.  P.A. trailOur journey started here, on these steps, one early Saturday morning.PA 4 uphillWe climbed up, up and up this trail.

P.A. 1PA 3

We ended up with a gorgeous view of one small portion of the park.

Yesterday, leaving work after a grueling day, I saw a rainbow across the field.  It was the uplifting “sign” I needed.


There ends the brief tour of where I call home.  Thank you Jason for issuing a really cool challenge!


28 comments on “How I See Northern California

    • I would definitely have to agree with you there. I mean, technically, if I wanted to see snow, I could head north for a couple hours to the ski resort. I supposed I will, one day, to show my daughter snow. Yet, almost 18 years later, I still can’t think about that white stuff everywhere.


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