The countryside always looks picture perfect after it rains, and the sky is clear. So I’m sharing some photos I took near Bennett Way in Templeton on January 27, after it rained.
It’s beginning to look like autumn in Paso Robles. These photos were taken in the Riverbank tract and by the river.
Autumn is one of the best times to enjoy the view of the vineyards. The vines are dressed in their brightest colors as October nears an end, and most of the grapes are in the process of harvest or already through it. I hope you seeing these vines as I did on October 23, 2012, in some of my local vineyards in Paso Robles and Templeton.
Today the North County received two blessings — the rain and the rainbow. See the pictures.
When is the last time you really noticed the trees downtown? Was it when they were in bloom? When their leaves changed color in autumn? Or do you really see them at all?
Don’t miss seeing this special tree while it’s blooming.