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Zuma Beach and Point Dume
West of Malibu, California


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Huge Zuma Beach

Huge Zuma Beach

Zuma Beach is broad, has a huge parking lot, and 14 lifeguard towers. It is one of the most heavily used beaches west of Los Angeles. It is closed to motor vehicles, except for lifeguard patrol, police, and sand cleaning machines.

Zuma Beach County Park, California

Date photographed: October 28, 2013
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Dunes at the south end of Zuma Beach

Dunes at the south end of Zuma Beach

Low sand dunes and native vegetation at the south end of heavily used Zuma Beach

Zuma Beach County Park, California

Date photographed: October 28, 2013
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Sheer cliff of Point Dume

Sheer cliff of Point Dume

Point Dume presents a vertical cliff on the ocean side.

Point Dume State Park, California

Date photographed: October 28, 2013
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Bluffs at the south end of Zuma Beach

Bluffs at the south end of Zuma Beach

A rough trail leads up crumbling cliffs at the south end of Zuma Beach.

Point Dume State Park, California

Date photographed: October 28, 2013
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Coastal sage scrub on Point Dume

Coastal sage scrub on Point Dume

Coastal sage scrub including giant coreopsis on the plateau of Point Dume.

Point Dume State Park, California

Date photographed: October 28, 2013
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Top of Point Dume

Top of Point Dume

The flat top of Point Dume is a protected preserve that includes native species that have otherwise been largely obliterated by development.

Point Dume State Park, California

Date photographed: October 28, 2013
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