Panoramic stitch of Point Lobos' Whalers Cove

I love this spot at lobos.  It’s a well known dive site to locals, a harbor seal rookery, a hideaway for sea otters, and all sorts of sea birds forage here.  Historically it has been the site of a whaling port, a granite quarry, and an abalone cannery.  A lot for such a tiny little cove.

This shot is a stitch of five images looking at the cypress tree line at the cove’s edge.  Light late in the day gives it it’s warm glow.


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