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Photograph America Newsletter on California's Central Coast
 
One of California's most dramatic coastlines extends south of Monterey Bay for a hundred miles to the edge of San Luis Obispo County. Ansel Adams called this land home. Between the rugged Ventana Wilderness and the Pacific Ocean, California's Central Coast has long sandy beaches, rocky headlands, trails to spectacular waterfalls, and the southernmost range of California redwoods. From Monterey to Morro Bay, this newsletter highlights my favorite photo locations with details on the best time of year to visit and where to find the trails, plus photo tips and techniques to improve your exposures for more dramatic images. This wild and rugged coast follows the western edge of Big Sur, a steep and wooded landscape climbing into the Santa Lucia Mountains.
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Between the rugged Ventana Wilderness and the Pacific Ocean, California's Central Coast has long sandy beaches, rocky headlands, trails to spectacular waterfalls, and the southernmost range of California redwoods. From Monterey to Morro Bay, this newsletter highlights my favorite photo locations with details on the best time of year to visit and where to find the trails, plus photo tips and techniques to improve your exposures for more dramatic images.
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Locations
  • Andrew Molera State Park
  • Big Sur
  • Bixby Creek Bridge
  • Carmel Mission
  • Carmel photography galleries
  • Cayucos Polar Bear Dip
  • Elephant Seat viewing area
  • Garrapata Beach State Park
  • Hearst's Castle at San Simeon
  • Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park
  • McWay Falls
  • Monarch Butterflies
  • Monterey Bay Aquarium
  • Morra Bay
  • Morra Bay State Park
  • Museum of Natural History
  • Old Coast Road
  • Old Veteran Cypress
  • Pfeiffer Beach
  • Piedras Blancas Lighthouse
  • Point Lobos
  • Point Sur Lighthouse
  • Rocky Ridge Trail
  • San Simeon Schoolhouse
  • Sycamore Canyon