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.
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.
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.
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.
Pigeon Point Lighthouse is undoubtedly my most photographed location. The variegated views offer endless nuances of the same scene: Ice Plant, surf, and a beach.
Just north of Pigeon Point Lighthouse, this seascape scene delightfully displays the tempestuous tumult and climatic charm of the Pacific Coastline.
Framed by ice plant, the surf and sand beckon to Santa Cruz’s famous destination for surfers. Just west of the pier, this brilliant sunset scene features the silhouette of surfers patiently awaiting the next wave.