Yeah, it’s summer year-round in Orange County, the sun-washed land of sandals, surf and suburbia. But still, the region shines in this time of late summer, when school gets back into session and a semblance of fall hits the Southern California region.
Here are a few landscapes and cityscapes I have taken while canvassing the county recently. This is by no means a completed project, and I hope to explore more of the Orange County region this fall.
Photos are best viewed in full resolution by clicking. Thank you.
Photos (in order of appearance):
The future Anaheim ARTIC transportation hub at dusk in September; the ARTIC at sunset in late May; A surfer checks out the surf at a high waves advisory in Newport Beach in August, the result of a Hurricane off the coast; Oil pumpjacks are seen at sunset in Carbon Canyon in September; An oil pumpjack at twilight in Carbon Canyon in September; The sunset is reflected on a county building in Santa Ana in August; A flock of parakeets flies past government buildings in Santa Ana in August.
Photos by Tim Worden.
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