The Hike to the Cypress that Touches the Rock

That’s what John, our director, calls the hike that we took today because of the surreal scene that we come to at the end of the route.  I love the patterns of the terraced hillsides here.  A centuries old network of walls designed to keep topsoil from washing off the slopes which heightens the dimensionality of the terrain, guiding the eye across its contours like a topographical map.

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