Some random pictures from Trevor, Peter and my day in Burbank:
Peter being dramatic as usual
So many nail polishes at Urban Outfitters!
Peter searches around at “Book Castle Movie World,” the most jam packed store I’ve ever entered. It has thousands of old books, movie posters, stills, magazines, newspapers, etc. piled around this tiny store.
Trevor’s favorite find: With This Puzzle I Thee Kill
They had tons of slides of production stills from movies. Pictured above: Jackass The Movie.
I even found some old stills from Indiana Jones
Trevor finds Dune
A goofy tobacco store
Cake pop from Starbucks. Lethally delicious.
Peter pretends he’s Ryan Gosling in Drive
All photos on the Canon 7D with 60mm f/2.8 lens
I know! Just what you’ve all been waiting for – more loveable, hideous elephant seals! We went to a different part of Piedras Blancas this time and there were far fewer elephant seals, but we could get a lot closer to see them and photograph them. Also, all of them were males, which made for a lot more fighting and bellowing.
The added bonus – we also saw sea lions and sea otters at this location!
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More photos of Limekiln State Park. There were too many good ones for just one post!
Trevor and my second to last stop at Big Sur was Limekiln State Park, and boy did online reviews do this place an injustice! While advertised as “go see some cool rotting kilns from a jillion years ago,” Limekiln is first and foremost a gorgeous and breathtaking Redwood forest that has waterfall after waterfall. It is certainly the most beautiful state park I’ve ever visited. Check it out:
The California Conservation Corps Camp. Wow!
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Here are the rest of the photos from Day 2 in Big Sur!
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On Trevor and my second day at Big Sur, we spent the wholllllleeee day driving up and down the California coast, stopping when we wanted and taking pictures. We drove as North as Carmel and as south as the Julia Pheiffer Burns State Park. I’m splitting it into two parts because there are so many photos! Feel free to comment
Our cabin at Ripplewood Resort. Important Note for those of you planning on going to Big Sur – there is not a SINGLE cheap restaurant / sandwich shop in all of Big Sur. Either bring your own food, plan on cooking or go up to Carmel (which is what we ended up doing). Almost all of the restaurants are listed as $$$ or $$$$ on Yelp, and even the “cheap” breakfast place we found ended up costing $40 for two breakfasts :/ Another important note: Big Sur has almost no cell phone service of 3G… which is awesome for romantic getaways, but not so awesome when you don’t have a hard copy of map and can’t find your hotel in the dark. Lesson learned.
A historic gas station on El Camino Royal near Carmel. Looks like a hobbit gas station to me