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Low Tide at China Beach

Posted by
Stephen Phillips (San Francisco, United States) on 30 June 2017 in Plant & Nature.

(2004)

Outside of The Golden Gate in San Francisco

The image was taken shortly after sunrise during a minus tide. This stretch of sand and rock between Baker Beach and China Beach is normally submerged. On occasions such as this, extremely low tides allow access for a few hours. There are several good-sized caves along this section, and rocks covered with life. As the ocean moves back in - large waves pound the rocks and cliffs - making this area inaccessible and dangerous.

Image on Ektachrome 100 - Konica-Minolta high resolution scan

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1 Jul 2017 8:03am