Tehachapi Mountains, California
Limited Edition of 1500 | Artist Proof 150
An antiquated fence row crafted from gnarled oak limbs points to a time gone by, when settlers first arrived in the rolling hills of California to make a stab at life on the range. Frontier life boomed in this area in 1870, when the railroad made this remote valley at 4000 feet accessible to more people. By the 1940 and 50s, it boasted the largest sugar beet production in the United States. Today, spring, with its abundant blossoming of poppies and asters, draws visitors from all over the country to behold the spectacle of the hillsides, dancing with flowers.
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