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Posts tagged “pacific coast highway

The Big Yawn

Along the 17 Mile Drive in Pebble Beach there’s a lookout called the Fanshell Lookout. The rocky shore and the beautiful sandy beach attracts harbor seals all year round. The ocean can be a pretty rough place. Sometimes you just need to find a spot to kick back and take a break from all that swimming.

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Seal, California Seal, Fanshell Overlook, 17 Mile Drive, Pebble Beach, Pacific Coast Highway, rocky shore, travel photography, nature, mammal

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Boardwalk Amusement – A Closer Look

Here’s a closer look at a couple of the rides at the Santa Cruz Beach Boardwalk Amusement Park.

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Santa Cruz, California, Beach Boardwalk, Amusement Park, rides, Travel Photography, Pacific Coast

Santa Cruz, California, Beach Boardwalk, Amusement Park, rides, Travel Photography, Pacific Coast, the Big Dipper


Half Moon Bay

One of our first stops on our drive down the Pacific Coast Highway was Half Moon Bay in San Mateo County. It was mid morning and the fog was still hanging on. I was surprised to have the beach all to myself but I certainly wasn’t complaining.

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Half Moon Bay, California, pacific coast, beach, sand, fog, pacific coast highway, travel photography