Landscape photography from the Palos Verdes Peninsula in Southern California
Pt. Vicente Lighthouse
The lighthouse at Pt. Vicente in Palos Verdes, California. Point Vicente Lighthouse was built in 1926, and is still operational today, owned and operated by the U.S. Coast Guard. The island of Santa Catalina can be seen in the distance, 26 miles offshore.
Palos Verdes Waters~
Looking south from the top of Inspiration Point, in Palos Verdes, CA., towards the golf course at Trump and San Pedro beyond. The clear waters here and it's kelp forest attract a wide variety of sea life, as well as scuba divers and snorkelers.
Cave on Fire
The sea cave at Sacred Cove at sunset and low tide. At a certain time of year, the setting sun lines up with the entrance to the cave, illuminating the inside and the spray from the waves.
Looking south from the edge of Inspiration Point, Palos Verdes, CA. Trump National Golf Course is on the headland in the distance. The waters here with their kelp forest are a fantastic spot to scuba dive or snorkel.
They call this spot the washing machine, as the water gets so churned around as the waves enter the sea cave, which is just out of sight to the left. Sacred Cove, Palos Verdes, CA