Beaches: Baker Beach on a Rocky Day

The last time we went to Baker Beach, it was nice soft sand. Two other times it was rocky and I’ll admit that was an interesting surprise. By rocky, I don’t mean a few pebbles here and there. I mean really rocky.

Baker Beach
The smallest rocks here are about the size of my little pinky nail. The largest measure a couple of inches.

I’m sure it’s related to the tides, but Baker Beach is never the same twice. Oh, beaches are always different, but some things are fairly consistent, like the sand on Ocean Beach or the rocks at Rodeo Beach. Baker Beach refuses to conform and I love it.

Baker Beach
Sandy Baker Beach
Baker Beach
Rocky Baker Beach

As you might notice, my photos come from two different days. One day was early morning and the other day was very late in the afternoon. Both times I had to wear sandals in order to walk in the water. It was worth it.

I’ll start with the morning photos.

Baker Beach
The water was a stunning shade of blue
Baker Beach
Pebbles! Pebbles everywhere!
Baker Beach
Red ones and yellow ones and grey ones
Baker Beach
There were even pretty green ones

Now we have the afternoon photos.

Baker Beach
The big sperm shaped bit is Bull Whip Kelp. I’m not sure about the rest of it.
Baker Beach
Point Bonita is barely visible just right of center.
Baker Beach
Receding surf
Baker Beach
A pretty red brick worn down by the tides
Baker Beach
Sun and fog


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