Photo Fridays – Point Lobos State Reserve
Today’s Photo Friday is are images I took recently on a trip to Point Lobos Reserve and presented in black and white. The crown jewel of state parks in California, Point Lobo’s spectacular coastlines and trails through scenic vista points are truly amazing. I could easily hike every trail in this park because of the landscapes, wildflowers, meadows and panoramic coastlines are so breathtaking.
It seems like every place that I climb and at every turn there’s always a new discovery. There’s so much of nature to be inspired by – either through the wildlife or marine life to the smallest of flowers just starting to bloom en mass.
I think I came here a little too early to see the mass of California wildflowers in bloom – no worries, I see hints of it with the wild lilacs, California poppies and paintbrush starting to peek out in various patches along the pathways. The hikes are still spectacular and I am awestruck with the beauty of this area. I’m so glad this special place has been preserved, to be left untouched with no harm done to its inhabitants for perpetuity.
Stunning wouldn’t you agree – have you discovered this special place yet?
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