These sea creatures like to lie on their back, take a snooze and pose for photographers.
On this episode, I was joined by local photographer Ginger from http://www.sandprintsphotos.com, who helps show us the best spots in town to capture the Rock. Thanks again Ginger!
On my blog I put together a detailed, suggested #Photowalk route for your trip, starting at Tidelands Park on one edge of town, and down Embarcadero to the Rock. Pier T is the halfway point, where you'll want to stop and enjoy the Otters. Whatever you do, don't drive to the Rock, or you'll miss the highlight of the trip!
Photowalk friends know that this is one photographer who will always jump at the idea of a road trip vs. airline travel. I was en route back from a L.A.-San Jose trip for the day job when I was lucky enough to be able to spend 44 hours in Morro Bay.
A one hour flyover would have prevented that!
With camera by my side, doing timelapse, HDR and photojournalism duty, these camera eyes picked up a lot about Morro I had never seen before. This much I know--as cool as it was to be in overcast weather for two and a half days, I missed the rich colors of the town, which I'm told are best in the fall and winter.
Can't wait to go back!
Finally, because no road trip is complete without a Grilled Cheese run, a big shoutout to the staff of Tognazzini's Dockside Restaurant for a killer version last week.