August 9, 2014 18:00 pm
These beautiful pictures were taken by our friend Kevin S.
We were going to post them one-by-one, but decided to just give you a look at all four, all at once.
Hope it brightens your day!
These are some delightful photos of sights in and around Claycord. The Martinez one of my favorite places to visit.
Thank you Mr. Mayor for showing all four. An absolute delight.
Stunningly beautiful! Love that bridge at the marina.
These are wonderful! Are they at the Martinez waterfront?
I love the wooden bridge, where was that taken?
We do live in a wonderful area! Great shots, Kevin S.!
One of my favorite hidden spots.
These are lovely. Seen the moon yet? Should get some great moon shots tonight.
Thanks they’re beautiful! Did you see the moon tonight? It’s pretty awesome also!
@ 4 Anne Moss, see @3, and the answer is yes. Martinez Waterfront Park. It’s a flat, lovely stroll, plus that great arched bridge. Bird watching, train watching, ship watching, kite watching. Baseball, bocce ball, playground, marina, walk to downtown. Comfortable shoes, sun protection, and water. Sometimes windy, always beautiful. I highly recommend checking it out!
The Martinez shoreline is a beautiful place.
Wow! Great shots.
These images are wonderful. Especially like the use of perspective with the bridge. Makes me want to walk over it and look back.
You have such a good eye, Kevin S. Brilliant!
Very nicely done! Thanks for sharing.
Thanks for making my day! Nothing like a start filled with beauty. I hope to see more. Many talented people in our communities if we just open our hearts and minds.
It’s a nice place to walk but I still can’t figure out why people still walk their dogs in the game preserve even with signs posted all over the place showing no dogs allowed. I’ve been told the fine for that is $300. Not that there aren’t plenty of paths in the non preserve part of where dogs can be walked on leash.
btw these were all taken in the Martinez CA Marina and the bridge is part of a path that goes though some incredible wetlands with lots of wild life and views…
What gorgeous pictures, love the bridge perspective, but wouldn’t that be considered MARCORD?
Just want to join the others in thanking Kevin S. and Mayor for showing us these fine shots. The bridge is my favorite, but the sun rays on the peaceful scene of geese enjoying their evening of grass (and some protein, too?) nibbling is lovely and peaceful.
smc626 at #19 …. I believe the “city limits” of Claycord enclose Concord PLUS all the towns and cities which touch Concord’s city limits. I like to think that Claycord city limits also include satellite “homies” who now live far away, but who still stay in touch with the rest of us.
LOL SMC626! I was just thinking the same thing!! MarCord!!
Kevin, you have a gift and a good eye.
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