The photographer: Bob Suggett of Orangevale Behind the lens: Several years ago my wife and I were hiking in what was then known as Pinnacles National Monument, recently designated our newest national park, and we came upon this tree growing in front of a beautifully colored rock face with the cracks in the rock looking like additional branches of the tree.

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Postcards from Readers: Pinnacles National Park

Published: Sunday, Apr. 27, 2014 - 12:00 am
Last Modified: Sunday, Jul. 20, 2014 - 12:09 am

The photographer: Bob Suggett of Orangevale

Behind the lens: Several years ago my wife and I were hiking in what was then known as Pinnacles National Monument, recently designated our newest national park, and we came upon this tree growing in front of a beautifully colored rock face with the cracks in the rock looking like additional branches of the tree.

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