United States of America, California, San Diego County, San Diego
The sun shining through the lath making a grid iron on the path. The stripes of shadow and sunlight change places every 5 minutes. This is why laths must run North and South, otherwise, the sunlight travels down instead of across the cracks. Manicata Aureomaculata - early spring bloomer but has a resting period when its quite unhappy looking.
Historic plate number: "27."
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