Panoramic Ventura Hillside Photos
One of my favorite pieces of artwork created for Rancho Ventura Home of the Two Trees. This series of photographs tells a historical tale about one of the oldest Two Trees atop the Ventura hillsides.
Historic in that this tree from 1898 no longer stands in the Ventura hillsides. Instead it has fallen due to winds and eventually succumbed to the devastating effects of the Thomas Fire that scorched across southern California in 2017.
One of the most iconic landmarks in Ventura is Two Trees located in the hillsides above the vibrant coastal town of downtown Ventura.
The Two Trees represent a story of survival, recognition and now preservation. They also represent a symbol of our love for Ventura. Rancho Ventura Conservation Trust serves to protect Two Trees and the Ventura hillsides in perpetuity.
These conservation photographs captured by CHRIS RYAN share the beauty beyond Two Trees. The back country of Ventura hillsides is alive and wild.
Sexton Canyon is a beautiful area within Rancho Ventura - Home of the Two Trees. This area features mature coastal oaks, rolling green hills and is both a bird sanctuary & wildlife habitat.