Thursday, April 06, 2017

Finding Fascination in Small Spaces


Back to the last day of February 2016, we randomly decided to visit this small community park in Clayton, California.  It was a nice little place to relax, have a family picnic, or enjoy a baseball/soccer game with your kids.  And the views of the hills were so pretty!  I tried to capture a small part of it in the following photos.

Starting out with this different perspective from the fence next to the road leading into the park.

Focusing on these little berries in the bushes...

I liked how this tree was all alone with the hills in the background.

There's just something about broken fencing that attracts my eye lately...

Remember those views of the hills that I was talking about earlier?! ;)

Catching the sun shining, with silhouetted hilltops and a tree!

And of course, I couldn't forget the flora! ♥

The view of the road leading down, back to civilization.

Me on the little mini-trail through the park, courtesy of Jacques.
That's all I've got for this park.  Short and sweet and to the point!  It was really a nice little community park.  If I'd grown up out here, I could see myself having played lots of soccer games or attended family reunions there.

Coming up next:

Another visit to the State Capitol building in Sacramento, and ALCATRAZ after that!