Watery Wednesday - Seal Rock at Lands End in San Francisco



Seal Rock at Lands End in San Francisco is where our sea lions used to chill until they migrated over to Pier 39. This is located right below the Cliff House



View of Seal Rock from Ocean Beach



Closeup of Seal Rock



Ocean Beach in San Francisco



A view of the old Sutro Baths from the Cliff House



View of the rock formations and path at Lands End



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Comments

Luna Miranda said…
gorgeous scenery!
rainfield61 said…
I love the View of Seal Rock from Ocean Beach, and the touches of clouds on the mountains.
Secondary Roads said…
It really beckons to the viewer. Great shots of a fantastic place.
Duni said…
Oh wow, it all looks so gorgeous!

p.s. love your new blog background :)
lina said…
definitely gorgeous. :)

No more seals at the rock nowadays?
I wouldn't mind sitting on the rock, enjoying the blue sky and sea like the sea lions! ^-^
Hi Joanne. Beautiful picture. Some of those Sea Lions have migrated away from Pier 39 now -- Sea Lion Caves (near Florence Oregon) had more of them this past Winter than they've had for years, migrating Northward from your area, we were told. We visited the Caves just before we left Oregon in February -- lots of sea lions but of course the Caves are not nearly so picturesque as your area.
RNSANE said…
Ummmmm, why does all this look so familiar to me, dear Jo? That was such a magnificent day we had. I've got some other ideas for a photographic outing. Once my leg and foot recover ( will they ever? ), I've found some nice photo opportunities in the Castro. You are such good company and it's always a day filled with laughter.
Luna, thanks so much

Rainfield, I think the clouds give it a dreamy effect.

Thanks so much, Chuck.

Duni, thanks, I thought I'd try something different with the template.

lina, no they went to Pier 39 years ago, then left and now a few have come back. I'd like to sit on those rocks too or at least walk out to them.

Sallie, yes we were all so sad that they left, especially the tourists and went up your way. A few, only about a dozen have come back so I guess you guys have much more to offer them :) Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting.

Carmen, Gee I don't know :D We had a fantastic time that day, it was so much fun. Yes, as soon as you are able, let's get back out there. The Castro sounds good, it's been a while since i've been there, actually since Sony and Jerry played at the Castro festival. Some good eats spots out there too.
We love the coast line north and south of San Francisco! My husband had a business trip out there last fall and we took an extra week. Had so much fun. Thanks for coming by my place.
Lois Evensen said…
Wow, gorgeous images! Thanks, too, for stopping by my blog.

Very best,
Lois
Annelie said…
Looks lika the place to be! Nice!
Dharma Shots said…
Oh this is a heavenly place, a place to be I do agree!
Suzi Smith said…
mmm.... it does look lovely!
hip chick said…
Beautiful scenery. I have always wanted to visit that part of the country.
PeacefulGirl said…
Such beautiful landscape shots!! I especially love that second shot with the clouds.
Martha Z said…
You share such wonderful ocean views! I wish a trip to the seaside was on our agenda this year but I think it will have to wait. Maybe next year.
betchai said…
very beauitful and inspiring pleace to be Jo, here, the sea lions mostly spend their time on rocks, maybe because we do not have a Pier like in SF :)
Self Sagacity said…
The water just seems so calm, unlike that cove I went to in Santa Cruz. Looks cold though...
Riet said…
What a beautiful water scenery. Thank you for sharing
Ann said…
Wow it's beautiful. Your photos are great, makes me want to be there
RoseBelle said…
Gotta love our patchy fog there! I heard about the seal rock but have never actually seen it in person. Love all your pictures :)
Spiderdama said…
What a wonderful landscape and place! Love the rocks:-)
Have a nice evening!
What a lovely coastline ~ thanks for sharing it with us.
NatureFootstep said…
that place has some really interesting rock formations. ´Thanks for showing. :)
Remarkable photos - those cliff scenes are quite dramatic. :) Rosie
bettyl said…
Those are great shots--all of them! Thanks for the info, too.
eileeninmd said…
What a gorgeous and scenic place, loved the photos!
Lindz said…
I like that second photo from the top, the beach, water and the mountanous background how nice that is..
Paint Splash, it is beautiful and you are welcome. I enjoyed your place and Thank YOU!

Lois, you are welcome and thanks for stopping by.

Annelie, it certainly is :) Thanks

Dharma, it's the best place to be during Summer. Thanks.

Suzi, thank you

hip chick, thanks, it's fun, you should come on out.

Peaceful girl, I do too that cloud just hovered so beautifully. Thank you

Martha Z, it will be here waiting for you. Thanks for stopping by.

betchai, Well, they left a while ago, just sort of vanished but now a few dozen are back at the pier.

Self, it usually is very calm and it can be very cold.

Riet, thank you and you are welcome

Ann, you and duke should come on out :)

RoseBelle, yes, we are very seldom without that patchy fog. Thanks

Spiderdama, thanks for stopping by and to you as well.

Walk in the woods, you are so welcome and thank you for stopping by.

Nature footstep, yeah very cool formations here. Thank you

Rosie, they really are and unfortunately can be very dangerous. Thanks for visiting.

bettyl, thank you so much for coming by.

eileen, Thank you so much.
Pam said…
Your shots of the beautiful California coastline are fantastic. It is a view I always enjoy, it is so different from our flat eastern shoreline.
Lindz, thank you I loved that one because of the fog.

Pam, You know I have never been out your way but would love to get there one of these days. Thanks for visiting
☺lani☺ said…
Awesome shots, I'll visit there someday! Thanks for sharing us the info.
The shades of blue are just amazing! Love it!
*MrsMartinez* said…
The beach is awesome! Breath taking!
xoxo
Ebie said…
Oh, I love what i see beyond the horizon. The rock formaation is gorgeous!
Linnea W said…
Beautiful shots. I've been meaning to get out to the coast to enjoy scenery like this. You had a fabulous day with terrific lighting. The colors are just perfect and the beach looks quite deserted. Thanks for stopping by at my WW. Enjoy the day.
AVCr8teur said…
Perfect views of the bay with all the beautiful weather we're having. I've never been all the way out there at Lands End, so that's what it looks like.
Luckaa said…
Fantastic pictures, the sea is perfect.
Jan said…
Love the views in the photos, especially the clouds.
Thanks for the visit, yes, I'm sure I will come up with more boat stories as I scan more pics.
Hugs - Jan
eden said…
All your photos are gorgeous. Love the rock formations. It is a beautiful place.
HOOTIN' ANNI said…
Absolutely breathtaking...of all the oceans in the world...the Pacific is finest. My opinion of course.

Thanks for popping by yesterday, I'm trying to catch up with all my visitors this morning. The baby turtle release was a grand success...I'll have photos of this event next week on my blog.
George said…
These are beautiful pictures of the sea and coast. Thanks for taking us along with you.
RyHeAnNe said…
Your photos are so lovely, I love to put them in a frame and hang it on the wall. :)
Amazing views...I love the rock formations :)

Thanks for visiting
veredit said…
This is a terrific place, what wonderful pictures! How nice it must be to live there! That would be my dream!

Thank you for your visit to my blog and the nice comment! I wish you a fantastic weekend.

Isabella
CafebyJW said…
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lani, you should visit, you would love it here. Thank you

Judi, thank you. It's almost always foggy here so when there is clear blue skies, I take advantage of it.

Michelle, Mrs.M, you would love it :)

Ebie, Yes, the rock formations are amazing out there. Thanks for visiting.

Linnea, it was a beautiful day though very windy. Thanks so much for visiting and commenting.

Karen, you've got to get out there with your camera. It's a gorgeous area.

Luckaa, thanks so much

Jan, thanks, I loved your boat shot and stories :)

eden, it really is, thanks so much for visiting and commenting.

Hootin Anni, Oh cool, I will make sure to check that out, can't wait.

George, anytime, thanks for tagging along.

Ry, aw, what a kind compliment, thank you.

lina, thank YOU for visiting.

Isabella, thanks so much and have a wonderful weekend.
BPOTW said…
Terrific shots!

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