Natural World setting are the most incredible. Near the harbors edge, a small group of California Sea Lions are resting and seemingly making plans for their future, talking behind anothers back.
Sea Gull found a large clam on the exposed mud flats at Eureka’s abandoned and dilapidated industrial wharf near the foot of W. Del Norte Street. After digging out from the mud and rinsing, the gull carried the closed shell high into the air and dropped it onto the hard deck of a nearby walkway. Now with the “tasty morsel” exposed without a hard shell covering, the feasting begins.
A fresh clam from the bay.
Nice and juicy!
No Snappy Tom or cocktail sauce necessary for our gull friend.
Burning sun seems to melt the evening clouds like hot butter, sending golden streams of light millions of miles to the wet beach sand.
Jogger and his dog out for their evening exercise on Pebble Beach at sunset.
As the next North Pacific bit of rough weather approaches, high waves get their tops blown off by wind gusts racing up to 30 miles per hour. Rooster Tails blow as high as ten feet above the crest of the breaking waves.
Southern Oregon coastline is battered as Pacific Ocean power is unleashed on the two jetties guarding Brooking Harbor (where the Chetco River pours into the Pacific).
After a full day of the Pacific Storm pounding the North Coast of California at Pebble Beach, storm clouds give way to the setting sun casting shades of warm color across the water near Castle Rock (Del Norte County, CA).