Everyone should have a private beach along Big Sur for at least a few seconds. Relish the view and the fact that the beach, whichever one it is, has been here longer than you and that it belongs to everyone and, above all, it is a jewel of our planet.
A yellow swimming fin sat atop the wood railing overlooking Carmel-by-the-Sea beach yesterday. People lose stuff at the beach on a regular basis, things like eye glasses, sandals, sand toys and towels. Some items are left on the railings to be claimed by the owners, or someone in need. Something else that has been lostContinue reading “Lost and Found”
California’s famous beaches and the people who go there are blamed for the spread of Covid-19. So, some beaches are closed while others have restricted activity. Status changes weekly. And those talented sand sculpture artists have been given the boot in some places.
The mornings have been spectacular this week along the Carmel coastline as fog drifts over Point Lobos(upper right corner) and the infamous Monastery Beach–that strip of sand next in the center next to Point Lobos. I took this photo from Carmel River State Beach. Monastery Beach is right by Highway One, making it incredibly easyContinue reading “More Morning Fog…”