Took this photo on a warm summer day at Salt Point State Park in California. My brother and I were taking a road trip down the coast, we realized the sun was going to set soon so we had to pick somewhere fast that we wanted to shoot and go get set up. Although neither of us had heard of Salt Point we decided to pull into one of the parking lots and head down to the beach. We walked about 2 miles before we were greeted by these uniquely shaped rocks. This is one of those places where you just can't stop clicking the shutter, I think I took about 300 pictures! Definitely one of my new favorite stops on the coast.
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