Wednesday, August 27, 2014

California's Gold


Someone once told me that he knew I was a native of California because I described the summer hills as being golden. Not brown. Not yellow. But, golden. Because they are.

This golden scene is off of Airline Highway, also known as Highway 25, as in Take 25 to Hollister. It's just a few miles south of Hollister, in which you'll find none of those Abercrombie & Fitch's Hollister Co. stores. Thank goodness!

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18 comments:

  1. Golden sounds just right, Su-siee. :)
    I did think that the clothing line had a Hollister, CA connection. :D Now I know.

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  2. Hi Su-sieee Mac, love your name. :) The field looks very golden to me too. I hope the drought has not affected your area. My friend lives in LA and it is so dry there.

    Have a great week.
    Jeanne

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    1. Thanks, Jeanne. The drought is bad here, too. Hopefully, we'll have a more than normal rainy season. If not, then rain. As much as Mother Earth will give us.

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    1. Doesn't it look like it would feel soft and tickly, like a duck's fur, if we were to rub our palm over it?

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  4. That is really very pretty and golden!! Nice shot.
    Ann

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  5. Well, it is the gold rush state, so there it is.

    ROG, ABCW

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  6. Perfect word for it...thanks for dropping by my blog! Have a golden week♪

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  7. Can tell that you're partial to Calif.! I personally would call this raw sienna, since gold leans more to yellow:) but the pic is heartwarming!

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    1. Raw sienna. I like the sound of that. Have no idea what that color is. I'll go look it up, thanks!

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    2. I love that color! I'm glad you mentioned it, Jeannette.

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  8. I agree with you ! It looks more gold then yellow !

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  9. Indeed, is does look like gold.... wonderful!

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