Some cellphone photos from yesterday's walk at Black's Beach. Fred and I hiked down the 250-something stairs from the Torrey Pines Gliderport and walked all the way out to Flat Rock. We also peeked into the cool-looking, erosion-shaped canyons where water is gushing down from the Torrey Pines mesa during and after storms, but they're … Continue reading Black’s Beach (and Instagram’s spam problem)
On a recent, spontaneous visit to Broken Hill at Torrey Pines State Preserve it saddened me to see two of the smaller Torrey Pines on the hill dying. I don't know what is causing it, but with California's ongoing drought I would assume the lack of precipitation is one reason. The two photos below were … Continue reading Dying Torrey Pines
The Torrey Pine is the rarest pine species in the United States (Wikipedia). Hand-held panorama stitched from six vertical images, total resolution ~60 megapixels.