Driving in the Dirt | Baja California — Beyond Ordinary Guides - Curated Travel Guides & Authentic Stores for the Aesthetic Minded Traveler
We’d heard that the best way to explore Baja California Sur was via the network of dirt roads that criss cross and meander through the desert. What we’d heard had been right. Cabo is best explored through its dirt highways.
They say resting beach face is a real thing. It happens when you haven’t been to the ocean in a long time so, when we got the invite from The Wedding Artists Collective to jet off where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez, we...
500px.com/photo/22689665 Wow I just got out of a long flu hibernation. Hopefully I'll be back to normal tomorrow to enjoy the coast, but today it's bowl games and finishing Christmas pics. This was taken during the #santacruz2012 photowalk a couple weeks back. Shooting mid-day in a forest is really tough. I'd prefer early morning light or a foggy/rainy day, but this challenge was fun. I didn't want to go HDR and decided to see how much I could get out of a single exposure with the D800. I…
Todos Santos, Baja California — CÁNDIDA WOH/GEMUTH
Todos Santos is a true gem of a town. It is an hour north of Los Cabos on the western peninsula of southern Baja California. There's one road that leads to it with cactus on one side and ocean on the other.
There's a Gorgeous Sand Dollar Beach in Oregon And You Must Go | That Oregon Life
Depending on where you are along the Pacific Ocean, from Alaska to Baja California, you will come across beautiful sand dollars. It’s officially known as the Dendraster Excentricus and is a member of the order Clypeasteroida. This species of flattened burrowing sea urchins has other various names such as the sea-cake, biscuit-urchin, western sand dollar, […]
Baja California Great Murals - Cave Paintings Gallery
The Baja Great Murals Gallery presents a selection of photographs of rock paintings from the Baja California peninsula of Mexico, from the Sierra de San Borja in the north, through the Sierra de San Juan and the Sierra de San Francisco to the Sierra de Guadalupe in the south.
Romantic Desert Elopement in Baja California, Mexico
After breakfast in Cabo San Lucas, we left to scout the elopement location. I couldn’t believe how beautiful the view of Playa Balandra was, only a 30-minute drive from the small coastal town La Paz. I had never visited myself but as soon as I saw Evony and Miguel crying at the top of the […]