cascading down Alpine Dam
water cascading down Alpine Dam in the Mt. Tamalpais watershed.
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surface ripples on the lake at Alpine Dam.
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leaves fallen and floating in Lagunitas Creek.
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as grooves on a record, this needle ripples the water.
more groovy water
a harmony in ripples, perhaps.
as it flows
with reckless abandon, and purely by gravity.
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a broad expanse
when it starts to look less like water and more like milk.
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small tributary, Webb Creek
Webb Creek gets larger and faster as she flows.
small waterfall on one of many un-named creeks on Mount Tamalpais.
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seasonal stream, China Camp
many normally dry streams perk up and flow mightily after a heavy rain.
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waterfall in Baltimore Canyon
waterfall in Baltimore Canyon near Larkspur.
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fast water, Devil's Gulch
the stream at Devil's Gulch flows into Lagunitas Creek.
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just after a Winter rain
Webb Creek, flowing with grace and incredible beauty.
Winter rainWebb Creek
torrent of water
a torrent of water flowing from nearby Cataract Falls.
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an un-named creek--a favorite--that I often call "Kinney Creek".
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one of few streams supporting the endangered Coho Salmon.
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grace and beauty
with grace and beauty, and a bit of reflective color.
grace and beautyreflective color
on its way to the lake
"Kinney Creek" will first pass into and through "Lily Lake", then into Alpine.
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