Pt. Vicente Rain
Pt. Vicente Lighthouse on the bluffs of the Palos Verdes Peninsula with rain clouds approaching over the Pacific. Catalina Island can be seen in the distance.
Pt. Vicente Lighthouse
The lighthouse on the cliffs of Pt. Vicente, in Palos Verdes, California. Catalina Island can be seen in the distance.
Springtime at Abalone Cove brings a superbloom of mustard plant and it's yellow flowers. The clear water and rocky shoreline offers great tide pool viewing.
The Pt. Vicente Lighthouse overlooking the cliffs of the Palos Verdes Peninsula.
South Bay Coastline
The South Bay of Los Angeles seen from Palos Verdes- including Torrance Beach, with Redondo Beach in the distance - the jetty at Topaz St. can be seen at the top of the bay. The blue building is the Wyland mural, "Whaling Wall".
The tide comes in with a splash at Golden Cove, Palos Verdes, CA
An Area known as Flat Rock, at Bluff Cove in Palos Verdes, California.
The Superbloom, a result of heavy winter rains, brings mustard flowers to the hills of Palos Verdes Peninsiula and it's Wayfarer's Chapel.
Abalone Cove Bloom
Red Tile Roof
The signature red tiled roof of a Palos Verdes home overlooking the South Bay and Torrance Beach on the left, with downtown Los Angeles in the distance on the right.
The South Bay beaches of Torrance and Redondo with aqua blue waters, as seen from the Palos Verdes Penninsula.
The Mediterranean in SoCal
The South Bay looking like the Mediterranean coast with red tiled roofs of Palos Verdes, and filled with various boats.
The bluff and sea cave of Portuguese Point, at high tide, the northern part of Sacred Cove on the Palos Verdes Peninsula in California.
The beach at Terranea Resort, with it's rocky shore and the outcrop marking the entrance to the sea cave.
Long Point, Palos Verdes, the former site of Marineland and current location of Terranea Resort. The rocky outcrop is the entrance to the sea cave.
Buzzing the Tower
A small plane flies by the Pt. Vicente Lighthouse on the Palos Verdes Peninsula. Catalina Island can be seen behind the lighthouse, 26 miles away.
Waters of the Cove
Water so clear you can see the rocky ocean bottom at the Cove in Palos Verdes, California. The birthplace for SoCal surfing, the Cove draws surfers, SUPers, kayakers and scuba divers.
The coastline of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, looking south at Portuguese Point towards San Pedro.
Pelicans over Pelican Cove
Three Pelicans fly in formation over Pelican Cove, Palos Verdes. Catalina Island can be seen in the distance, 26 miles offshore.
Bluff Cove Springtime
The Spring Superbloom of 2019 brings yellow daisies and mustard toe the hillsides of the Palos Verdes Peninsula, as seen at Bluff Cove here.
The entrance to the sea cave and the rocky beach at Terranea Resort, Palos Verdes, California.
Beaches and Piers
Surf and Waves
Sunsets and Skies
Black and White