Central Coast Photography

The marine layer here comes and goes. Here it is rolling in from the pacific ocean. The marine layer here comes and goes. Here it is rolling in from the pacific ocean.
These zebras can be seen mixing about with the cattle near the Hearst Castle. Word is this wealthy man by the name of Hearst let all his Zebras free to mingle with the cattle before meeting his death. Now they can be seen right off the highway in California of all places! These zebras can be seen mixing about with the cattle near the Hearst Castle. Word is this wealthy man by the name of Hearst let all his Zebras free to mingle with the cattle before meeting his death. Now they can be seen right off the highway in California of all places!

 

The lone zebra

 

The Sir of the Sur

 

After the marine layer left this is what was revealed. It's hard to remember in general when things in life are a little foggy that there are blue skies just on the other side. After the marine layer left this is what was revealed. It’s hard to remember in general when things in life are a little foggy that there are blue skies just on the other side.
The Lighthouse on the Sur The Lighthouse on the Sur

 

 

Establishing who is boss on the beach The Warrior: Establishing who is boss on the beach

 

Still establishing who is boss The Warrior: Still establishing who is boss
Shortly after this, these two starting body slamming each other. One eventually submitted to the authority. The Warrior meets his challenge: Shortly after this, these two starting body slamming each other. One eventually submitted to the authority.

 

Some of these little fellas like to pose. The Smiling Elephant: Some of these little fellas like to pose. “They smell, grunt, and make farting noises”, said a kid next to me. He was absolutely right.
She just rolled in from the water, and was as dainty as an elephant seal could be at that size. The Beauty Queen: She just rolled in from the water, and was as dainty as an elephant seal could be at that size.

 

Road dogs! Road dogs!

 

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