Still very early morning on day 5 of the adventure. Still doing that ’17 mile drive’ scenic road.
That is, until I got distracted by some rocks.
Most of the rocks I had seen so far on this adventure had had the common curtesy to not be piled on top of other rocks.
But not anymore.
Yes, I know that rock stacking is a thing now. You see it all over the place. Californians seem to love it. I guess this is where they go to learn how to do it. Rock Stacking University… good old RSU… home of the Fighting Rockpiles.
This cormorant was unimpressed.
As was this seagull.
It was a beautiful morning, and no one was awake but me and the birds.
Just enjoying the view.
There are a bunch of seals on that rock, just waking up.
Seals and cormorants. Gotta love the telephoto lens.
That is a lot of birds.
So is that.
Nature is always better without people.