Walking distance

I still have too many of those days when dragging myself out of the house for a walk feels like more trouble than it’s worth; I’ll tell myself I’ve hiked the same old trails so many times that there’s nothing new or interesting to see. It’s true, I don’t always come home with a bunch of great images on my memory card. But if I manage to start early in the morning and keep an open mind as I hike, I’ll usually find something cool to shoot. On days like today, it hits me all over again how lucky I am to live within walking distance of Lake Natoma, a trio of bridges, and miles of hiking trails.

On the historic truss bridge

Honeybee on common madia

Walker on the Lake Natoma Crossing

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