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Lone oak

california live oak

If you've driven Kanan Road to the beach you've seen this oak on a small plot of open space just south of the 101. Cops park in the rutted dirt lot in front of it, day laborers wait for work in its sparse shade, and with development crowding in all around, I feel compelled to photograph it in all kinds of weather and every change of light because really, the way things go around here when commerce comes up against conservation, one day it'll be gone.

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