Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve

California Oak woodland, Pulgas Ridge Open Space Preserve

I have always amazed by these California oak woodland most often seen on the bay area hiking trails. Unlike Redwood trees which strives to be high up into the sky, the oaks simply refuse growing straight and tall. They “dance” and then freeze their poses along the way. That’s the way I’d like to put to explain how on the earth the trees got such shape.

Can you see them dancing?

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3 comments

  1. Gardengirl

    I love your description of how the trees got their shapes!

  2. That’s a beautiful description. Dancing trees is delightful.

    Thanks!!

    xxxxxx

  3. Beautiful Photos – thanks for sharing:) Have a Great One!

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