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  • […] movement which complemented the landscape. This 8,000 acre State Park was full of life along its rocky cliffs, eucalyptus forests, sandy beaches, coastal plains, streams, canyons, and hills. It was a place of wonder and exploration that I enjoyed learning about as I pressed […]

    September 10, 2015
  • Aazhie

    This is lovely, I’d recommend some of the state beaches up here in Humboldt county, I feel you could do Agate beach some justice. There’s an abandoned rail station plastered in graffitti behind the Eureka mall that I am needing to get more photographs of someday!

    August 04, 2014
    • Hi again Aazhie: Thanks for the tips on places in Eureka/Arcata. It’s been awhile since I’ve been up that way, but I’d like to visit again. Do you have a website or Flickr account of your work? Thanks again.

      August 04, 2014
  • […] Tide Pools of Montana de Oro State Park – a beautiful set of photographs depicting the raw natural landscapes of the rugged California coastline at Montaña de Oro State Park.  Renée Besta does a fabulous job in capturing the scenery, and her blog post accompanies her wonderful images with some terrific background information on the expansive park, adding depth to the story. […]

    January 11, 2013
    • Thank you so much, Toad, for your kind comments and for linking to my blog post. I love Light Stalking and always appreciate your wonderful articles. It is great to be able to access so much cool photography via your posts. It is an honor to be included in your article!

      January 24, 2013
  • What fabulous photos, Renee! Love the tones and colors in the sky and landscape here, and all the textures and details really pop right out! I just got to find a way down to California one day, you have the greatest subjects to photograph!

    January 08, 2013
    • Toad, thanks so much for hopping by and leaving your kind comments. Much appreciated. Yes, the California Central Coast has so many wonderful places to photograph. I, too, hope you can make it down sometime in the future. We need a Twitter photo group meetup. It would be so much fun. Thanks so much again!

      January 08, 2013

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