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087 - Point Reyes in Winter, California
(Print with color photos)

Photograph America Newsletter on Point Reyes in Winter, California
 
Thirty miles north of the Golden Gate, a hook-shaped peninsula extends from the California coast. Point Reyes is a special place where panoramic images of the land meeting the sea can be photographed. Miles of sandy beaches, ocean caves, green meadows, lakes, streams, and waterfalls can be found. Herds of tule elk graze open meadows on a narrow peninsula extending for miles into the Pacific. Winter fogs soften Point Reyes landscapes. Horizons disappear and whole forests are lost in the mist. Point Reyes often enjoys sunny and clear winter days while heavy ground fog chills inland valleys. Trails are uncrowded in the winter, my favorite time to photograph Point Reyes National Seashore.
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Printed Issue, sent via USPS
Updated - January 2016 / with color photos
Thirty miles north of the GoldenGate, a hook-shaped peninsula extends from the California coast. Point Reyes is a special place where panoramic images of the land meeting the sea can be photographed. Sandy beaches, ocean caves, green meadows, lakes, streams, and waterfalls can be photographed. Herds of tule elk graze open meadows on a narrow peninsula extending for miles into the Pacific.
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Locations
  • Abbotts Lagoon
  • Alamere Falls
  • Arch Rock
  • Bear Valley Trail
  • Bear Valley Visitor Center
  • Chimney Rock
  • Divide Meadow
  • Drakes Bay
  • Elephant Seal Beach
  • Inverness
  • Kehoe Beach
  • Limantour Beach
  • Marshall Beach
  • McClures Beach
  • Mt. Vision Road
  • Pelican Lake
  • Point Reyes Lighthouse
  • Point Reyes National Seashore
  • Palomarin Trail
  • Point Reyes Bird Observatory
  • Tomales Bay
  • Tomales Point
  • Wildcat Lake