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Baker Beach Panorama June 14, 2010

Posted by stuffilikenet in Awesome, Photography.
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Among the treasures of the Richmond district is the access to Baker Beach that it affords.  It is just one mile to the beach from my house if I run the long way. Click on the photo below for a panorama of Baker Beach made from twenty photographs taken in 2008.  It shows the bridge is all its glory, and the fog in its not inconsiderable glory.

  Baker Beach pano

I like fog.  Deal with it.

Last Sunday was the lowest tide of the year at Baker Beach, so my sainted, white-haired mother, my wife and I got to the beach a six thirty to enjoy some sights not usually available, like Shangri-La:

S6303043 smuggler's cove

the first trilobite of the season,S6303038 first trilobyte of the season

the biggest jellyfish I have seen lately,

S6303055 foot-wide jellyfish

the fabled Western Passage to China Beach,

S6303051 usually underwater2

pink anemone,

S6303073 pink anenome

and caves that are usually underwater.

S6303049 troglodyte family values

(see also Troglodyte Family Values)

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