Saturday was a great day for a hike along the cliffs over Bodega Bay.
Wildflowers marked our path.
Views from the cliffs down to the water.
Assortment of colors from yellows to reds to pinks contrasted with the gray and brown trail.
We hit the best part of the day with sun coming and going,
giving us varying shades of blue from sky to water and back to sky.
Climbing down the steps and hill side to Shell Beach is tricky and sometimes impossible if tides are coming in. We arrived just past low tide, giving us a great stopping point for a snack. Rewarding us with a show as we ate were several otters just off shore...swimming and sunning themselves on rocks.
If only I had a telephoto lens!
Tide was just starting to come back as we left.