Eye candy abounds at Point Lobos State Reserve in California. Need unusual rocks, a craggy coastline, smashing waves, windswept Monterey cypress trees, small islands adjacent to turquoise coves, seals, sea lions, sea otters or birds of all sizes and shapes? Lobos has you covered.
Dad and I both found plenty to work with at the park. The really cool part of Lobos is following in the footsteps of legendary landscape photographers Ansel Adams and Edward Weston. If it was good enough for them, it certainly is good enough for us.
During one of our hikes in the park Dad found these unusual rocks that were carved by powerful ocean waves.