Bahia Tortugas, a lonely fishing town of around 3,000 souls near the western tip of the Vizcaino Peninsula, the driest, remotest, most barren quarter of Baja. By land it's 100 miles west of Mexico Hwy. 1 and by sea it's about halfway between San Diego and Cabo. This shot is from May 1999, when a rock-strewn, washboard-surface dirt road provided the only overland access. Last I heard, the road had been paved most of the way.