Monthly higlights: California Coastline
Remote coves, stunning cliffs, vistas, sandy beaches, waterfalls, forests, mountains, and rocky bluffs; thousands of places to discover and photograph.
Foggy Day in Point Arena
Marine protected areas with rocky reefs, underwater caves, kelp forests host a highly diverse fish fauna.
Before sunrise at Laguna Beach
Awe-inspiring towering cliffs, rocky headlands, and stunning tidal pools that teem with protected marine life.
Sunset at Point Reyes Headlands
Rocky headlands, expansive sand beaches, and forested ridges. Explore the wonders of Point Reyes.
The Lone Cypress
Located in Pebble Beach and is called one of the most photographed trees in North America.
Volcanic activity, erosion, and tectonic plate interaction shaped this landscape of Montana de Oro for millions of years.
I love driving; driving along the California coastline is the best drive in the world.
When California was wild, it was the floweriest part of the continent.
You could travel the world, but nothing comes close to the golden coast.
Explore some of the best landscape and nature photo spots
We are here to help you out to discover those places, but please make sure to leave any site you visit in the better shape you found it, so future generations have a chance to experience all the beauty!
Environment is no one’s property to destroy; it’s everyone’s responsibility to protect.