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This photo was taken at Half Moon Bay in California. I only visited this area once while living in the San Francisco Bay, but it gave a lasting impression. It's a sleepy beach town that butts up to the coastal range along the San Francisco peninsula. Geologically speaking, it's a very interesting place due the exposed sedimentary layers in the cliffs, its vicinity to the San Andreas Fault and the elongated beachfront. On this particular day, it was in the middle of fall and pumpkin patches were all over the place. I always wanted to visit this area again, but getting there wasn't an easy task. I primarily took advantage of public transit and rode my bicycle everywhere.
Recently, I moved to Roanoke, VA and while I won't remain here for an elongated period, it's still an alright place to live. However, when I dig through my photos from the years I lived in California, it invokes a sense of nostalgia that I'll never get tired of. In the long run, I see myself back out in the Golden State, but for now I think I'll take advantage of the lower taxes of Virginia. :P
|Location||Half Moon Bay, CA|
|Settings||ISO800 55mm f/5.6 1/2,000|