Wild mustard

The hills are now a color riot.  Did you know that wild mustard seeds can be used to make spicy Chinese mustard?  Random trivia.  Anyway, this is the trailhead to any number of cool hikes through and above Aliso Canyon.  Just watch out for rattlesnakes!

I’ve been trying for years to find some version of this shot:  blackened wood surrounded by green life.


About John Mears

I teach English, take photographs, play guitar, write, do yoga, meditate, hike, play computer games, and love (and try to serve) humanity. If anything here touches you, let me know! Leave a comment! Subscribe! Enjoy! If you like the photos, you might like the greeting cards we will be selling soon!
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