This is where the California Condors that have been born into a captivity breeding program are released. It's on the west end of the cliffs, up a dirt road about three miles. The population, down to 23 birds in 1982, is back at around 500 birds, more of them back in the wild now than in captivity.
Normally my foregrounds tend to get busy, so I intentionally wanted to leave this one simpler and cleaner, but think I want to do it over. The compromise is to keep the compromise: not too busy, not too simple. We'll see how that goes.