Our local lake and primary water source for several towns including Santa Barbara reached very low levels over that last few years. With this season’s heavy rain it up to 80%.
This rocky outcropping is at the base of a cliff in Pismo Beach that has no access. It was shot with my Mavic 2 drone from above at an altitude of 155 feet.
Every spring I drive to Shell Creek Road to check out the wildflowers. All the rain this year has really made them pop.
The storms continue to roll through the Central Coast of California making the coastline fun to shoot.
At long last the rain has come to the central coast of California coloring the hills with green.
I posted an earlier shot of the rocks of Pismo Beach. This was taken from on the same spot but facing south into the sun. It cried out to be in Black and White.
Heavy rain and winds were forecast this afternoon so I got out early to shoot the rocks along the Pismo Beach shoreline while there was a little sun.
Geese are uncommon here so these are just passing through and getting a head start on their journey.
There is a remote area inland from the Central Coast that becomes yellow after it rains.
The Central Coast of California has been short of rain the last couple of years but we’ve had some recently and this is how things look.