A Photo Tour of Orange County
Covering the Anaheim - Santa Ana region of California.
A coffee-table souvenir picture book. 60 page spreads featuring over 100 pictures.
With 42 miles of coastline, a perfect southern California climate, and Spanish history dating back to 1769, Orange County is a wonderful place for visitors and residents alike.
Upon its creation in 1889, Orange County was named by the state legislature "…because of the orange groves for which it is justly famous." Today, Orange County is the second most populous county in California and home to the world’s first theme parks — Knott’s Berry Farm and Disneyland Resort.
Take a journey through this beautiful land and see why Richard Henry Dana, a renowned sailor in 1835, declared it "the only romantic spot on the coast."
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Photos and text by Andrew Hudson from his book “A Photo Tour of Orange County.”
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