Point Reyes National Seashore, California, US
I grew up about 20 minutes from where this photo was taken – and I had no idea whatsoever that a herd of Tule Elk resided in Point Reyes, the national seashore that points into the Pacific Ocean. This new fact excited me so much, that my sister and I went on a mission to find them. And we did! This fence lines a very old military post (and then it was a dairy!) which supported efforts in the Bay Area region. Overlooking this fence, and the ruined barracks and buildings, are a grove of eucalyptus trees. That familiar scent – with the scent of dry dirt – are very familiar to me. I’m fond of this place.