Month: January 2016

Baby, It’s Cold Outside

There are so many great things about winter, like the cold air that pierces through your whole body when you breathe, the frozen edges of the leaves on the ground cracking when you step on them, the smell of burning wood in the air, the naked trees, the color of the sky, the frozen mud of the path… My list can go on and on as winter is my favorite season. There’s a lot of things to do in the Bay Area and SF in winter, but if you’re tired of the busy streets and would prefer nature, hiking and outdoors photography, you can grab a camera and drive to a nice hiking trail. That’s exactly what I did last week, except it lasted for a whole week. I rented a cabin near Angels Camp, CA and spent a whole week with my family enjoying hiking in the woods and warming up by the wood burning fireplace afterwards. California never stops amazing me with it’s unique geographical diversity.  Angels Camp happens to be within short proximity to California Caverns, Big …