Wildcat Peak Sunset

These two photos are from the other night when I hiked up to Wildcat Peak, froze (not literally) my various parts off, enjoyed a beautiful sunset, and hiked back to “civilization” in the dark. I think both images really benefit from being viewed in the larger size.

Sunset over the Straits of Carquinez

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  5. […] esterday Mark was over in East Bay on business, and I thought it would be nice to show him Wildcat Peak in Tilden Park, since we’ve done so much walking around the Marin Headlands in his & […]

  6. […] day’s show, I started at the Inspiration Point parking lot at about 5PM and hiked to Wildcat Peak. I had a book with me, and read for a while until the performance started to move quickly. […]

  7. By Miracle of Light | Photoblog 2.0 on December 14, 2008 at 2:51 pm

    […] It was a chilly (for the Bay area) December afternoon with intermittent squalls of rain. Around 3:30PM I drove to Inspiration Point in Tilden Park. I dressed in several layers of wool and a down jacket. With about thirty pounds of camera gear on my back I headed for Wildcat Peak. […]

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