Point Lobos: Black and White


I had the opportunity to visit Point Lobos in August 2008. Point Lobos is located about 130 miles south of San Francisco and was called "Punta de los Lobos Marinos" (or "Point of the Sea Wolves") by the early Spanish explorers. Of course, we call them sea lions instead of sea wolves now, but they are still everywhere.

While there are many sea lions, I was most attracted to the coastline and "the greatest meeting of land in water in the world" (as it is called). Unfortunately, summer brings fog until mid day; so, I found the drama of fog was best captured in black and white.


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All Photographs Copyright 2008 by Edward C. Nemergut


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