Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette (Pacific Coast Highway SR1)

Here are a couple of images which I think show the most beautiful part when driving along the Pacific Coast or State Route 1.

Both images were taken by my wife as part of her 5400 miles travel in the Southwestern part of the States.CIMG5289

While the National Parks in the SW was her major focus of the trip, the drive back from Las Vegas to San Francisco along the SR1 was one of the most memorable.

The first photo was taken about 16 miles south of Big Sur, looking south at the McWay Rocks. The fog and the sea was just too atmospheric to describe.CIMG5290

The second photo shows part of the Bixby Creek Bridge in Big Sur.

Both images are wonderful examples of silhouette which I would like to share.

 

 

12 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette (Pacific Coast Highway SR1)

    • Hi Del, glad that you pointed this out; I have referred to the more formal names in the Wikipedia. I am sure the local residents would name it in a more intimate manner. regards, Michael

  1. Michael, took a drive down PCH myself this summer and stopped at Bixby Bridge (among other turnouts along the way). Fantastic drive. I’m just glad we were heading north (and therefore on the interior of the roadway)! Tell your wife she did a great job with the camera 🙂

    • Hi Stacy, understand that there are quite a bit of road repair job on PCH. My wife did enjoy that section of the PCH. Will convey your nice words to my wife. Regards, Michael

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