Ocean Beach sunset.
When the swell, light and the tide come together....
After being sloppy and windy during several months of the year, Ocean Beach becomes a world-class beach break in the fall.
Ocean Beach in the fall.
Big day at Ocean Beach.
Looks easy from this angle, but it's actually far from easy when you're actually there.
Ocean Beach A Frame.
San Francisco postcard.
In addition to the famous Fort Point, there are some good beach breaks here and there.
Rooms with a view in San Fran.
Santa Cruz sunset.
Sutro Bath is a perfect place to watch the sunset in the heart of San Francisco.
Lands End is at the northwest point of the city and is a great place to escape the bustle of the city.
Driving along the Highway 1 is a good way to find a perfect and empty lineup. Especially in the summer time when the winds are offshore.
Another wild landscape along the California Highway 1.
Mavericks is just few miles away. Despite the mountainous waves that break here, Half Moon Bay can be a pretty peaceful place.
A fun little beach break just south of Mavericks.
Another good beach break on Highway 1.
There are some fast, hollow beach breaks around Point Reyes National Seashore. Here is a small day.
A foggy day at Point Ryes National Seashore.
Ocean Beach sunset doing its best impression of Mars.
Powerful shorebreak and perfect light for a great watershot in Santa Cruz.
The view we all dream about at work.
Empty beaches and wild shores are very common in the Bay Area.
Bolinas is a small beautiful town north of San Francisco. It's a perfect place for longboarder.