Pacheco Creek in Marin County, California only flows in the rainy season. The water travels 3.8 miles, but its journey is long. It moves through a wide expanse of social and ecological ground, from designated Open Space, through the yards of multi-million dollar homes, through a suburban townhouse complex, city park, and preserved meadow. It then crosses under the freeway, wending through several working class neighborhoods, before being piped underground for several blocks and then reappearing at the edge of abandoned parts of the former Hamilton Air Base where several homeless encampments lie. It eventually flows into Pacheco Pond, known for its toxicity, with its outlet into San Pablo Bay.  This series represents the creek's path from source to destination. [This work was exhibited at Dominican University of California, June 9-August 30, 2016.]