License: Creative Commons - Attribution Author: Mark Gunn
A view from an old barn at Point Reyes Station, California!
Who can see the fault in my image? Actually, I'm sure there are several, but the one I'm talking about is the infamous San Andreas
fault which is lying between me and the hills across, which means these hills are traveling slowly away from where I was standing, on average a couple of inches a year, about the same speed your fingernails grow. Except of course it isn't truly continuous slow motion, but rather the plates lock together for years and then slip. The last big slip here caused the 1906 San Francisco earthquake when those very same hills moved relative to where I was standing more than 20 feet west in a matter of seconds.
Today is day 121 of Project 365