California at the Edge of the Sea 2020 Wall Calendar

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From the wave-racked coast near Laguna Beach to the endless beach at Point Reyes, California at the Edge of the Sea explores the interaction of sea  and land. The Pacific Ocean sweeps along more than 800 miles of California coastline, and we share the changing personalities of both sea and shore, from the quiet waters near the Mattole Estuary to the relentless waves at Garrapata State Park. Surf ’s up!

| Large blocks for notes | Reproduced on quality, 100-pound paper | Calendar measures 13 ¾ by 10 ½ inches closed and 13 ¾ by 21 inches open

Locations pictured in the 2020 edition include:

• Pacific-washed stone arch near Point Arena in Mendocino County

• Pacific waves crash to foam on the rocks near Laguna Beach

• The Mattole River flows into the Pacific Ocean at the Mattole Estuary southwest of Petrolia

• Wild flowers frame this view of Point Dume State Beach in Malibu

• The rugged coastline of Sinkyone Wilderness State Park in Whitethorn

• Waves crash into stone outcroppings near Pacific Grove

• Cypress Grove Trail opens on to this dramatic coastal panorama at Point Lobos State Reserve

• Surfers wait for a wave near Oceanside Municipal Pier in Oceanside

• Wildflowers grow along the shore at Bean Hollow State Beach

• The Pacific shoreline at Montana de Oro State Park

• Relentless Pacific waves at Garrapata State Park

• The combat between sea and shore seems endless at Point Reyes National Seashore




©Tide-mark Press 2019