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  • Thom Watson

    The First Satellite Map of California (1851). ...it’s a charming, steampunky backstory for this map, which purports to be a satellite image of California, taken in 1851. Both the map and the backstory were created by Mark Clark, a geographer who lives in California’s Central Valley and is fascinated by its past aquatic history

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  • Jennifer Gillespie

    Satellite Map of West Coast by Mark Clark

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One of my favorite places in the world, and one of my favorite places to visit in meditation:-) California Redwoods

Death Valley in eastern California is a spectacular place to visit just make sure it isn't during the summer. Full of amazing rock formations you can also visit the lower basin which is the lowest point in North America

California Poppies: Antelope Valley The California Poppies are out in full bloom on the hillsides of Antelope Valley right now, as long as you come at the right time. The poppies close up at night and don't open again until around 9 or 10 am, when the full color slowly spreads across the hillsides. It's amazing to see the gradual spread of color as the flowers open.

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Windmill, Frazier Valley, Tulare County, California.

The Central Park Entire, The Definitive Illustrated Map, locates thousands of different trees, showing precisely where each one grows in the Park, with a special icon denoting its species. There are over 19,600 trees on the map! $35

Ahhhhh...Central California Coast...would LOVE to go there again! !

  • Austin Phillips

    Planning on seeing this in near future when I get my new car as a celebration.

High bluffs on the most western edge of San Francisco | Fort Funston is one of the premier hang-gliding spots in the country