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South of Sea Lion Point
Point Lobos State Reserve, California

The south shore of Poiont Lobos is very different than the north shore. The forest stays back from the shore and there are no big cliffs, just contorted ridges and rocks.

South Shore Trail
See also: Edward Weston

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Mound Meadow at Point Lobos

Mound Meadow at Point Lobos

Mound Meadow, named for a Native American midden, is the largest grassland at Point Lobos.

Point Lobos State Reserve, California

Date photographed: May 21, 2012
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Point Lobos South Shore

Point Lobos South Shore

The south shore of Point Lobos is very different than the point and north shore, with low cliffs and shoreline meadows.

Point Lobos State Reserve, California

Date photographed: May 21, 2012
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Weston Beach at Point Lobos

Weston Beach at Point Lobos

Weston Beach, cut into comples layers of sandstone and conglomerate, was named for photographer Edward Weston who made many famous images here.

Point Lobos State Reserve, California

Date photographed: May 21, 2012
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Eroded rocks, beloved of photographers, on the south shore of Point Lobos

Eroded rocks, beloved of photographers, on the south shore of Point Lobos

Eroded rocks, beloved of photographers, on the south shore of Point Lobos

Point Lobos State Reserve, California

Date photographed: April 3, 2001
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