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Bluefish Cove on the North Shore Trail
Point Lobos State Reserve, California

The deep and mysterious waters of Bluefish Cove are open to divers swimming around from Whalers Cove. There is a tiny beach where harbor seals haul out, and otters are frequently seen, sometimes directly below viewpoints on the The North Shore Trail.


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Monterey Pine Forest on the North Shore Trail

Monterey Pine Forest on the North Shore Trail

Monterey pine take over from Monterey cypress a short distance back from the clifftops.

Point Lobos State Reserve, California

Date photographed: May 21, 2012
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Bluefish Cove Morning Fog

Bluefish Cove Morning Fog

Monterey cypress and pine forest at Bluefish Cove on the North Shore Trail.

Point Lobos State Reserve, California

Date photographed: May 21, 2012
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Looking west over Bluefish Cove

Looking west over Bluefish Cove

Looking west over Bluefish Cove

Point Lobos State Reserve, California

Date photographed: April 3, 2001
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Seals Pupping in Bluefish Cove

Seals Pupping in Bluefish Cove

Harbor seals on the tiny beach at Bluefish Cove.

Point Lobos State Reserve, California

Date photographed: May 21, 2012
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Bluefish Cove

Bluefish Cove

Deep Bluefish Cove between Big Dome and Cannery Point.

Point Lobos State Reserve, California

Date photographed: May 21, 2012
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Monterey pine forest above Bluefish Cove

Monterey pine forest above Bluefish Cove

Monterey pine forest above Bluefish Cove

Point Lobos State Reserve, California

Date photographed: April 3, 2001
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