Have I told you that both Sonoma and Napa Valleys are only about 20 miles away? Well, both are easily accessible via Carquinez Bridge from the East Bay. During the first three or four months of the year, both valleys are covered in yellow from the yellow mustards. Over the years, whenever we have an afternoon free during the weekends, we would always opt to go to either one of the valleys instead of San Francisco even though they were the same distance from us. During this time, the valley is pretty in a different way. We would always make it a point to photograph the vineyards first then stop for coffee or grab a bite.
I haven’t been in the valleys this year. And I know that it look like these three photos; it always has every single year.
The first two photos are taken from Sonoma Valley; the third from Napa Valley. The third one may be a bit familiar. I used it for Sky watch before. I have posted these old photos to offer a little bit of sunshine to those fellow players who are still deep in winter and all they see are white and white and white. Here’s some yellow to every one.
I will find a way to get to the valleys next week for some photo shoot. And I will share them here.
Napa Valley has an annual mustard festival in time for the mustard season.
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