Pigeon Point Lighthouse offers endless variegated views.
A well-worn path cuts through the ice plant on this West Cliff Drive, Santa Cruz scene, showcasing its classic ebb, flow, and occasional spray, as the surf collides with the cliff bank.
The Santa Cruz Small Craft Harbor, home to a marina clustered with various watercraft, offered this perspective.
Walton Lighthouse marks the entrance to the Santa Cruz Harbor. This is the view looking from the marina perspective outward to the lighthouse.
This Pacific Grove scene displays the diverse colors that comprise my artsy interpretation of the original shot.
East Main Street, Carmel, descends directly to the Pacific Ocean, where mounds of sand mark the way to this glistening, sunset-drenched beach where people and pets dot the scene.
This northern view from McWay Falls, south of Carmel, on the coast of Big Sur overlooks the Pacific Ocean.
Another Point Lobos scene features this complex composition of sand, surf, a fence, and rocks.
The famous Pebble Beach golf course overlooks this beautiful Pacific Ocean view.
Pigeon Point Lighthouse offers another stunning scene for admiration. The gulls crossing the view of the lighthouse is timely.
Another scintillating scene of Pigeon Point Lighthouse, shrouded in fog, widens the catalog of variations of this site.
Pigeon Point Lighthouse, the focal point of this scene, features an artist capturing his version of the historic structure.
Walton Lighthouse marks the entrance to the Santa Cruz Harbor. The dimpled sand records the imprint of thousands of feet. Watercraft offer recreational opportunities.
This sun-drenched scene, nestled along West Cliff Drive in Santa Cruz, displays Ice Plant, beach, waves, cliffs, and even people enjoying the waning warm day.
Point Lobos offers so many incredible and varied scenes, characterized by rock configurations and massive surf and waves.
Pigeon Point Lighthouse, my most photographed location, offers this scene, highlighting the fog-shrouded signal sentinel from a southern position.
Pigeon Point Lighthouse, my most photographed location, offers this scene, highlighting the ice plant covering much of the area.
On a photo shoot with a singles group from Menlo.church in May of 2005, we focused on Baker Beach, situated just south of and within sight of the famous Golden Gate Bridge. This artsy rendition showcases the sunset rays filtered through the encroaching evening fog.
This Pacific Grove scene reveals the deep blues and rich golds that characterize my artsy interpretation of the original shot.
The famous Santa Cruz Wharf is a nostalgic destination where, on the pier, seagulls circle the myriad restaurants accompanied by barking seals under the dock.