Skies fit for a picture postcard

Baylands trail looking east toward Mission Peak.


Today’s ride into the baylands revealed just how clear our skies were before industrialization took hold.

Puffy white clouds and blue skies made my eyes hurt. Green hills shined like emeralds.

Google’s massive new office, which looks more like the Big Top, continues toward completion. So do the equally unique Nvidia offices made mostly of glass, ceiling included.

I’ve seen the Bay Area skies at their worst (the late 1970s) when a brown haze obscured the hills, and now at their best. I much prefer breathing fresh air.

Maybe this will be the last time we see such clear skies. Enjoy the outdoors while you can.

Google complex next to NASA Ames. My Moto G camera leaves much to be desired.

One Response to “Skies fit for a picture postcard”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Great posting, Ray!

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