If you listen closely, you can almost hear the Fanfare Blanket Flower herald its presence.
St. Patrick’s Church has stood, overlooking the small community of Petrolia in California’s Humboldt County, since 1912.
California’s summer fog slowly lifts along the Pacific shoreline.
Branches of this old tree twist and turn, creating a chaotic forest pattern.
The drive along Northern California’s Lost Coast offers spectacular scenery.
As the fog lifts, sunbeams filter through California’s Coastal Redwoods.
A lone lamp post stubbornly remains lit as the sun rises.
Tended by volunteers, the local Nature Center garden blooms in full color.
The black-eyed Susan is considered a symbol of encouragement and motivation. An ideal trail side flower.