Following up on the Kelham Beach & Arch Rock post, Part II of the Point Reyes photo adventure is aptly named Sculptured Beach, with its namesake rock formations providing ample opportunity for exploration, inspiration, and natural beauty. There are several arches and bountiful sea creatures clinging to the rocks including mussels, anemones, and starfish making this an excellent spot for tide pooling in low tide (photos in a later post). The immense golden bluffs above the beach have been chiseled by the erosive processes over the millenia creating a stunning background. Since this beach requires a hike to reach, it is rarely crowded. Here are some photos from this trip to the Sculptured Beach with the complete album here.
Complete album here.