Fresno is a grid, a veritable checkerboard of a city. Except for the downtown area, all the streets either run east-west, or north-south, and they are long, stretching beyond the city proper, and out into the countryside, and the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountain range. This post is about one such street in Fresno, my street: Butler Avenue.
Consider this post a photojourney in which I begin near the downtown area and head east toward the mountains, stopping every half-mile or mile to take a picture. The entire trip will span approximately 20 miles.
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This map covers an area slightly larger than the territory I drove for this photo-excursion. The blue flag identifies my house.