SoCal Distancing: The Central Coast Something for everyone
Something about California’s central coast never gets old. It’s not just a single something though, rather a whole lot of somethings. The color pallet plays a part for me. The way the wind-swept Monterey Cypress’ deep green leaves contrast with its pale gray bark as it hangs hundreds of feet above jagged cliff faces. The ominous dark blue of the ocean that transitions to turquoise in the shallow waters where the Pacific meets the coast. And the coastline itself, a melange of Franciscan assemblage topped with golden coastal prairie scrub.