Tree-Shrouded Entry; North District Operations Center, Point Reyes

This is a photo of the long entry to the North Ranger Station at Point Reyes.

Shady Lane

I drive by this entry road every time I go to Point Reyes National Seashore.  I often think to myself that I should photograph it.  I finally did.  I don’t know exactly what goes on there, but I see Rangers go in and out so I assume the Park Service Rangers have an office there.  There’s no sign saying “Public Welcome,” but then there’s no sign saying “Stay Out” either. Some day I’ll have to go in there and find out more.

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About Jim Coda

I am a nature photographer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. I specialize in photos of birds, mammals, and landscapes.
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6 Responses to Tree-Shrouded Entry; North District Operations Center, Point Reyes

  1. Alan says:

    You know, I have passed that spot dozens of times and have thought the same thing about how I should take a picture, but the light never seemed good. I like your short a lot. I do wonder what goes on down that tree lined drive…

  2. TimB says:

    there are park offices there and also some historic radio displays and equipment, used to be the old RCA ship-shore station, a twin facility to the one at commonweal in bolinas…the building is not often open to the public (there are occasional radio club days there, google it) , but the grounds are accessible if the gate is open….many commercials have been filmed there over the years, mostly for autos in that awesome tree lined approach

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