I’ve added a new collection to my website: images from Point Reyes National Seashore. The only national seashore on the west coast, Point Reyes is a national treasure.
Located only 25 miles or so north of the Golden Gate Bridge, the seashore preserves rich biologic, geologic and cultural resources. The seashore includes multiple designated wilderness areas where it is indeed possible to get totally away from the hustle and bustle of the urban Bay Area. The San Andreas rift zone defines the eastern edge of the park, making it a good place to view plate tectonics (hopefully almost) in action. The western tip of Point Reyes is home to the lighthouse and, some 12 miles west of the main shoreline and 500 feet above sea level is a great place to watch the annual migration of the grey whale.
The Point Reyes collection is located in Gallery One on my website. Please enjoy!