Ok it’s a big picture of an acre and a half. The Ansel Adams picture doesn’t happen in flat areas. But biodiversity reigns in this semi-suburbia savannah. Sixty varieties ans species of trees and shrubs support twenty three full time bird species and about another dozen during the summer. Snakes under foot. Frogs singing afternoon till next morning. Dragonflies and damselflies fight for air supremacy over two ponds. That snapping turtle you can’t see has been thrown out of pond twice, but walks half mile back. Don’t pay attention to the deer behind the tree.
But if panoramic view is assignment. Let’s go to Oregon. The haystack and the Pacific