Took my Lytro Illum camera hiking and captured some lightfield of rock formations and a talus cave at Pinnacles National Park. Although the park is home to the California condor and Townsend big-eared bats, I was not fortunate enough to see any.
The rock formation once part of the Neenach Volcano and sat on the San Andreas Fault. The volcano was split in two as the Pacific Plate slid north nearly 200 miles. The remain part that sits on the North American Plate is located near Lancaster, not to be confused with the Trona Pinnacles near Ridgecrest. The Neenach formation is not open to the public as it is on private land.