Saturday, 27 February 2010

Plum of Elephant Seals

Elephant Seals, near San Simeon
Originally uploaded by Matt Goodman

A totally unexpected find; halfway along the coast between San Francisco and LA near a town called San Simeon, came across a plum of Elephant Seals in the wild. Lots of grunting snorting and wallowing around, I felt right at home.

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