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August 24, 2013

Point Reyes National Seashore & Tomales Bay State Park, California

Point Reyes, Drakes Bay & Drakes Estero along the thin horizon.

Tomales Bay is the San Andres fault.

In the center above, the newly restored wetlands at the southern terminus of the bay.

Large dense grove, left ridge, of Bishop Pine about 15 years old. That fire was in the 1990's.

Lucas Valley

Tomales Bay is the linear water body along the bottom of the photo with the mouth on the right. That's the fault. Point Reyes is part of the Pacific plate and the lower portion of the photo is on the continental plate.

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