The many facets of California.
Ocean. Mountains. Valleys. Desert. (And when I say mountains – I mean huge mountains. Everywhere.)
As a result of the varied and crazy landscape, California has “micro-climates.” Basically, you could be at the beach, where its 70-degrees, then drive 25 minutes inland, where its 85-degrees, and then drive another 20 minutes into a valley, and its 95-degrees.
So, in a matter of an hour, you can experience a difference of 25-degrees. It is a pretty wild experience.
The daily temperature swings (especially this time of year) are wild too. Wake up to 55-degrees, and in the same location, have it reach 85-degrees by midday.
Anyway, thought I would share those little nuggets of info. I’ve only lived in California for 4 years, so I am still learning – and fascinated by – all of these elements.
Please enjoy all of these photos I took. A random sampling of the visual treasures that surround you. Have a terrific day! 🙂