Ad Libs: Prize-winning Peninsula Photos
Original post made by Rebecca Wallace on Feb 25, 2010
When classes were dull, I flipped through the calendar pages and gazed into nature. It sure beat statistics. Funny how when you're a French minor you dream of going to Europe, and you miss the loveliness of Utah, which somehow seems so much more foreign.
The photographers who won the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District's photo contest surely don't miss what's close to home. First-place winner Randy Weber found autumn right here, in his "Fall Colors at Purisima Creek" (pictured). Our California fall -- be it ever so subtle. ...
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