Northern California's Coast can be very far away from what most Californians consider to be Northern California. It is completely different from the San Francisco Bay area.
Beer Gut Starfish
Mendicino County - Northern California - South End of The Lost Coast
It's fun to find what the hight tide left behind.
Creek flowing into the Pacific along California's Lost Coast.
Cluster of Seastacks along California's Lost Coast
Redwood National Parks
A small shaft of midday light penetrates through the redwood canopy of Northern California's Temperate Rainforest.
Lost Coast Driftwood
King Range Conservation Area
Northern California Coast
Lost Coast - Light breaking through the fog.
Setting Sun Pewetole Island
Flippin the Bird Rock
Mendicino County - Lost Coast
Dramatic sea arch, California's Lost Coast
Lost Coast Doorway
Northern California, Mendicino County
A Hint of the Sea
I purposely left a hint of the ocean to show how beaten a coastal redwood can become.
Praying for the Tide
Very remote in Humboldt County
Northern California - Lost Coast
Yes those are flies on this slowly dying starfish. Shot a few exposures to catch the bugs as sharp as could be and noticed a lot of movement while the starfish seemed to be stationary in front of me. I thought I would give you a different view and emotion feeling rather you than what would usually find. The big rock was left alone to avoid disrupting the scene. I think that bright starfish is going to live to see the next high tide.
The style here is pretty documentary with a touch of art. Thank you for viewing this new gallery.
Lost Coast Cliffs and Seastacks
Ancient Sea Bed Cliffs
This was photographed out in Oregon not too far past the California border.
The Cluster Cones
Sinkyone Wilderness - Lost Coast
Some of the most remote sea stacks in California
Creek at Lost Coast California. S curve from the lush green coastline into the ocean.