California Green

West Marin County is at the edge of Point Reyes. It is a rural area with horse farms, cattle pastures, open space and redwood groves. California is called the Golden State because it stops raining around the beginning of April. By the end of June and the beginning of July, California turns a golden brown when the grasses dry out. The rainy season produces a plethora of green produced from chlorophyll found in all plants. This is what the Halleck Valley in West Marin looked like in the middle of March, at the end of the rainy season.



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