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Sunset Cliffs Album
Enjoying Low Tide In California

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Sunset Cliffs album full of  California photos taken during low tide in December.  Come with us while we do a little walking on the floor of the Pacific Ocean.  It's the fun way to learn about nature up close and personal.

There are many places in California that I've never seen. It is nice when you have family you can visit in states that are far away from your home.

On just such a visit to this sunny state, my daughter suggested we drive to the beach and enjoy a low tide experience. She pointed out she knew the perfect place.

This just happened to be one of my homeschooled grandchildren's class assignments a few months before.

And so it is I found myself walking on the floor of the Pacific ocean. You can read more about this in the Low Tide Album of this gallery.

This page is devoted to the views of Sunset Cliffs that were the backdrop for this particular low tide. It was also popular with the local surfers who were making their way to the ocean waiting for tide's return.

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Sand, rocks and more rocks all spread out before us.  What an awesome way to spend the afternoon and early evening sunset.

From long vines of seaweed growing along the cliff walls to Palm trees atop them, you won't find a better place on earth to enjoy this time of year.  

Every rock has something to share with you.  My daughter cautions as we walk across the rocks and puddles that this is life that will continue on once the tide comes back in.

Sunset Cliffs tell a story in their rocks and ridges of the sides of these walls.  The kids had as much fun running along the overhanging rocks as they did playing on the ocean's floor.  

What an awesome way to learn about life on planet earth.

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