hiking, photography, travel, Uncategorized

Transformation Through Fire – Simi Valley, California

My little break from my photo series 100 Spanish Photos (now almost to 200) continues for a few more days, it seems. Southern California afforded some great photos when my hiking friend and I visited a spot near Simi Valley that was scorched by wildfire within the last two months. Despite the charcoal smell and barren earth, beauty was present.

The golden hour faded to blue night while spindly branches reached toward the sky.

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The moon shone tiny but silver overhead.

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And an alien lifeform glowed atop a hill.

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2 thoughts on “Transformation Through Fire – Simi Valley, California”

    1. Thanks, Indah. Yes, it’s hard when there are wildfires. The whole southern California area has them every year, in different places. The good thing is that the environment has evolved so that wildfires are necessary to split open the seeds of many plants, for instance. So it will be nice in the future. Eventually ….

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