Photographs from the Photography on the Run post: Orange Sun Rising - A Boney Mountain Adventure Run
At the start of the run the view of Boney Mountain was relatively clear. The crags on the Western Ridge route are directly ahead, on the skyline.
There was a thick layer of smoke to the east.
The north slopes of Boney Mountain from the Western Ridge route.
Wilted soap plant along Boney Mountain's Western Ridge route.
Red shanks (Adenostoma sparsifolium) is common in the Boney Mountain area.
Looking toward the summit of Peak 2935, the high point on the north side of Boney Mountain.
View down the Western Ridge of Boney Mountain, across the Conejo Valley to the Oxnard Plain.
Big Dome and Sandstone Peak from Peak 2935.
Tri Peaks from Peak 2935.
Dry stalks of bleeding heart along the Chamberlain segment of the Backbone Trail. September 12, 2020.
A closer look at the seed capsules of bleed ing heart along the Backbone Trail.
A small number of bleeding heart plants were blooming. This may have been a result of the plants interpreting the season as a false Spring. September 12, 2020.
Recovering red shanks (Adenostoma sparsifolium) along the Chamberlain segment of the Backbone Trail. September 12, 2020.
Recovering manzanita along the Chamberlain segment of the Backbone Trail. September 12, 2020.
Chamberlain Rock and the Serrano Valley from the Backbone Trail.
Teton milk-aster (Stephanomeria cichoriacea) along the Upper Sycamore Trail. September 12, 2020.
Poison oak along the Upper Sycamore Trail. September 12, 2020.
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