South Beach

It’s about a half mile walk from the parking lot to the Point Reyes Lighthouse, on the most western spit of land in the continental United States.

As Julian and I reached the parking lot, golden light of the sunset lit the magnificent expanse of South Beach.

Some related stories that also show South Beach and glorious Point Reyes: Pacific Sunset, Winter Sea, Waves on the Shore, White Fence, White Waves.

This entry was posted in Landscape, Photography, Point Reyes.

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