This past week, I had the opportunity to take a week off of school along with about 30 other classmates to go to Walker Creek Ranch, which is an outdoor ed program for kids. Our job was to be cabin leaders for 5th graders. It was a crazy experience, so many funny stories and kids, but I also go to take my camera, which I was excited about because it is so beautiful where we went. There are a lot of pictures, and not all of them are my favorites, but they attempt to capture the beauty that only our eyes can see. Enjoy!
after a night's rain
The beautiful lush forest. Sooo many trees
poison oak was EVERYWHERE
the moss that covers all of the trees
I dont really like this shot, but I was trying to capture how many trees there were, they just went on and on. This was taken during the solo hike, which is an amazing experience.
Walker Peak, almost there!
the last stretch to the top of the peak, the kids raced up
a view from the top of the peak
these two ravens were having so much fun, they were circling above us for a while just flowing with the wind
haha these cows reminded me of mexican wrestling masks
the seeds on ferns, never knew that they were there
there were so many little creatures like this frog, it was really cool!
Some panoramas. Top is top of Walker Peak overlooking Inverness in the distance and Tomales Bay. Bottom is just a view from the way up to the peak looking the other way.
On the way back, we stopped at the cheese factory for a nice little treat. while we were feasting, a man pulls up on his motorcycle with his dog! I had to get a picture, and he was super friendly too. I've recently gotten less shy about taking pictures of people, its kind of cool. Anyways, this is the end, hope you enjoyed. Enough of me babbling.