Mount Tamalpais from Euclid Avenue

The other evening Julian (my nine year old) said, “Dad, please take me to Indian Rock.”

So, I did. Grabbing a camera, of course.

After we’d clambered around for a while on Indian Rock, we decided to go somewhere else.

The sun was setting as we parked near one of my favorite view spots on upper Euclid Ave in the Berkeley Hills. I waiting for the setting sun to fit just between the trees, and snapped this photo.

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