WindNSea Beach, La Jolla, California
There’s nothing too unusual or spectacular about these photos, except, if you know that where I am standing taking them is usually under 8 – 10 feet of sand
As the winter currents arrive at WindNSea they take away the sand from the beach and deposit it on the southern end of the beach. As the summer currents arrive they bring it back north and make for a wonderful sandy beach for the sun bathers and swimmers of summer.
But hidden below all that sand are these wonderful rock outcroppings and even a small cave.
I had been going there for years before i realized that this happens every year. wondering what happened to rocks I had photographed