I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoy all of your posts. I am in love with Carmel and even though I can’t live there, at least I can enjoy it vicariously through your emails.
Good Morning! What a wonderful place to go for a nice quiet walk..well quiet except for the birds and the sound of crashing waves and seals that is I can almost smell the sea air. Thank you for taking us along on your walk! I hope your day is a good one.
How Lovely! Thanks again for a wonderful posting!!!!
Such a feast for the eyes! In your case for all of the senses. Your photos are beautiful. I especially love the trees, flowers and succulents, the way they thrive in the sea-side terrain and their gorgeous colours. The distant mountains through sea mist and the amazing rock formations! What a paradise…….thank you for sharing.
What a beautiful journey. This post makes me feel as if I was walking along with you. The “Below” flower photo is totally fascinating.
Love that place…only have visited Point Lobos once…the whales were migrating and it was very overcast that day…would love to go back when the sun was shining. Our last visit in February the park was closed. Thanks for sharing your wonderful photos!
Amazing photos – we love your blog! Thanks from http://www.SeeCarmel.com & http://www.TheCarmelBlog.com
SUPERB ! I would love to hike that trail !
I think the bird is actually a hermit thrush. Great pictures, either way!
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