Fascinating how the variety of flowers blooming along the path has changed so completely since my last photo essay of this walk. These are a variety of fuschia. They glow even in the fog.
This early, even the morning glories were still showing themselves, twined amongst all the other greenery.
These wild roses have been blooming for awhile and look as if they may be on their last legs, but they are still lovely and there are many of them.
Wild sweet peas are showing in all their spreading, glowing, rampant beauty right now, all along the highway and on cliffs. Everywhere!
I find it tough to capture the feel of a foggy beach completely, but somehow this photo works. These houses have never looked so good!
Lots of birds out on the water today, including some very large ones that I couldn't see well enough to identify. These two caught my eye on shore -- particularly that black one with the long red beak. My birdwatching friend tells me he is an American Oystercatcher. A first for me!