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.
Wave crashing on the splash rocks near Pebble Beach causes kinetic energy stored moving across the ocean to turn into instant mist. Water that does not vaporize streams as silky wet ribbons back into the sea.
Pacific Coastline is getting a rest between storm surges pounding the beaches. This is Baker Beach, south of Trinidad, CA.
Historic Lighthouse at Trinidad, CA (the smallest incorporated city north of San Francisco, CA). Images that follow are of the Lighthouse overlooking Trinidad Harbor, Powerful waves exploding on the guarding splash rocks off of Baker Beach (along old CA Highway No. 1, and waves turning into mist and streams of water on instant impact with splash rocks off Luftenholtz Beach.
Historic Trinidad Lighthouse.
Rocks that break waves off shore from Baker Beach causing a mist to bathe the coastline south of Trinidad, CA.
Splash rocks that break pounding Pacific waves into mist while at the same time shielding Luftenholtz Beach near Westhaven, CA.
Panoramic shoreline bathed in fog and layers of mist evaporating from chiseled canyons cutting along coastal terrane down to the breaking surf.