This is a location I’ve not visited in the 30+ years I’ve been going to the park. It’s a little tricky access and on this particular morning the rocks were a bit slick. The slipperiness depends on how high the tides come in and how powerful the surges. The kelp deposited doesn’t help either. I went there with a friend and we found another half dozen photographers already set up. I stayed a little behind everyone else for a different angle than they were shooting and actually lay down, lounging on some surprisingly comfy boulders. As you can see they are well-rounded from rolling around against each other in the daily tidal rises and falls along with harsh winter weather. A friend calls the beach a rock polisher. Otter Cliffs are in the distance.
Now that I know how to get down there, I’ll bring a pair of non-skid water shoes with me next year. 🙂