Tuesday, December 28, 2010

The California Sea Lions of Point Lobos Preserve

These island rocks are a great resting place for basking California Sea Lions.

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Roller coming!

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17 comments:

texwisgirl said...

Fantastic!

My brain screamed "PICTURE PUZZLE" when I saw your 1st photo. It would make a great one!

The Giraffe Head Tree said...

Whoa! Those are some big guys, but then again those waves are huge and raucous. Way cool.

bunnits said...

As much as I always enjoy your photos, these are of particular interest to me because they take me back to time spent there during my childhood. Thanks!

Roy said...

Super action shots Steve.
Real "National Geographic".

Al said...

This is a great series of shots.

ewok1993 said...

they are a joy to watch. i was there last month after thanksgiving. they were plentiful and were "fighting" for show :)

happy new year.

eileeninmd said...

Wow, awesome captures of the waves and the sea lions. They are cute critters. Did you move across the country?

Martha Z said...

I love point Lobos and am trying to fit it into this year’s travel schedule. What is my excuse, for me it is less than a day’s drive, you traveled a continent.

Kim, USA said...

Oh wow the sea lions look like a part of that huge rock. ^_^
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2sweetnsaxy said...

These are absolutely beautiful!

Dinah said...

beautiful, angry waves ;-)

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Lesley said...

I hope they found the spray form the waves refreshing as they basked!

chubskulit said...

Gorgeous shots!

My watery Wednesday, happy new year!

Randi said...

Wow, terrific captures of the angry waves and the beautiful sea lions.

Judy said...

And the seals didn't even duck when that wave rolled over them!

Johnny Nutcase said...

ahhh! i miss my sea lion buddies in CA! Love the pics (the Western Gull too). Happy New Year :)

Dad said...

Sreve would it be possible to have one of your famous pictures to use at the heading of my journal, giiving you credit of course.

DAD

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