|Takakkaw Falls, Yoho Valley, Yoho National Park
|Tamarack Trail nr1, Lakes Basin
|The morning light coming into the Sardine Lakes valley and the Sierra Buttes was great.
|Tamarack Trail nr2, Lakes Basin
|Tarwater Trail, Pescadero Creek County Park
|Taylor Redwoods State Park, Samuel P. Taylor State Park
|Tenaya Creek above Mirror Lake, Yosemite National Park
|Very marshy here; got my feet wet hopping from island to island
|Terrace Loop Trail nr 1, Moore Creek
|Terrace Loop Trail nr 2, Moore Creek
|Terrace Loop Trail nr 3, Moore Creek
|Terrace Loop Trail nr 4, Moore Creek
|Can see the Big Sur backcountry mountains on the south horizon
|Terrace Loop Trail nr 5, Moore Creek
|The Oval at Stanford, Stanford University Campus
|Third Darwin Lake, Kings Canyon National Park
|Third lake before Lake Marjorie (to N.), Kings Canyon National Park
|Shot with Francois Mercat's 2 oz. panhead
|Tidy Tip carpet from eye level, Park 319
|Timberline Lake, Kings Canyon National Park
|Tin House nr 1, Big Sur
|This house is made of tin by an admiral or captain around the days of WWII.
|Tin House nr 2, Big Sur
|Tioga Pass Road, snowbound nr 1, Yosemite National Park
|Tiptoe Falls, Portola Redwoods State Park
|The trail was "closed" that day
|Tomales Point Trail nr1, Point Reyes National Seashore
|Lots of radish in bloom here
|Tomales Point Trail nr4, Point Reyes National Seashore
|A herd of Tule Elk were grazing in the valley below
|Top end of Evolution Valley, Kings Canyon National Park
|Shot with Francois Mercat's 2 oz. panhead.
|Top of bluff at old ski run terminus, Wasatch Range
|Top of hill between Corte Madera Trail and Meadowlark Trail, Arastradero Preserve
|Top of Middle Ridge, Henry Coe State Park
|Ponderosa, Digger pines, and Black, Blue Oaks visible from this spot.
|Top of Ohlone Trail, Pogonip Park
|Many birds to listen to while admiring the wildflowers
|Top of switchbacks overlooking Vidette Meadow, Kings Canyon National Park
|Shot with Francois Mercat's 2 oz. panhead
|Top of the Cowper-Webster parking structure, PA , Downtown Palo Alto
|Top of Zane Grey cuttoff, Wilder Ranch State Park
|Brushed off a Lyme Disease carrying tick here while some bikers talked about contracting problems.
|Town and Country mall, Downtown Palo Alto
|Testing the monopod
|Toyon Trail nr1, Hidden Villa Preserve
|Toyon Trail nr2, Hidden Villa Preserve
|Trail beyond barn shady spot, Burleigh Murray State Park
|Trail Junction on Hotel Creek Trail, Kings Canyon National Park
|I met one hiker on this trail, right here
|Trail out of Onion Valley, Inyo National Forest
|Trail switchbacks and poppyfields, Stile Ranch
|Trail to Bear Basin, Ventana Wilderness
|Good view of South Ventana Cone
|Trail to Chimney Rock nr1, Point Reyes National Seashore
|Trail to Chimney Rock nr2, Point Reyes National Seashore
|Many Star Tulips blooming here; nice view of the Chimney Rock point
|Trail to Eagle Rock nr 1, Big Basin Redwoods State Park
|A small side trail brings you to this overlook.
|Trail to Eagle Rock nr 2, Big Basin Redwoods State Park
|Trail to Eagle Rock nr 3, Big Basin Redwoods State Park
|I particularly liked this section of trail.
|Trail to Kehoe Beach nr 1, Point Reyes National Seashore
|Trail to Kehoe Beach nr 2, Point Reyes National Seashore
|Yellow Lupine bushes right and left
|Trail to Lamarck Col nr 1, Inyo National Forest
|Trail to Lamarck Col nr 2, Inyo National Forest
|Trail to Old Tree, Portola Redwoods State Park
|Trail to Papoose Lake, Sierra National Forest
|On the JMT
|Trail to Stewart Falls above point 24, Wasatch Range
|Tree near Rodgers Field, Big Basin Redwoods State Park
|The tree was covered with even rows of woodpecker holes.
|Tree overlooking Gate A, Arastradero Preserve
|Trees along trail to Velma Lake, Desolation Wilderness
|Trinidad Lighthouse, Northern California Coastline
|This is the ceremonial lighthouse -- the actual one is out on that fog-shrouded knob.
|Triple Arch, Arches National Park
|Shot with a home-made panhead
|Triple viewshed off Coast Ridge Road, Los Padres National Forest (Northern)
|Twin Lakes, Toiyabe National Forest
|Idyllic view of a Twin Lakes morning.
|Twin Oaks, Wilder Ranch State Park
|At the intersection of twin oaks trail and ? trail.
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