California is known for its epic views of the ocean. Granted, many other states and countries are known for their great views of the ocean as well, but there’s something special about the California coast. Call me biased but having the golden sun shining along the coastline all year round is definitely a contributing factor. Of all the beaches and ocean areas that I’ve visited, the Sutro Baths up in San Francisco has proven to be one of the more interesting beaches. It provides a lot to see for just about anyone. And as a photographer, there is so much subject matter to photograph out there. Some ruins, a forest-like area up on the cliffs, and sitting out in the ocean, these small fragmented pieces of land. On its own and from a distance they resembled small islands. Islands that might only be reached by helicopter or a long boat ride. But in actuality they were just chunks of the lands being washed by the strong ocean waves. Next time I’m in San Francisco I definitely plan to visit the Sutro Baths again. And you can bet that I’ll photograph these fragments again in various ways.