25 Nov Sea Otters, Pelicans, Young Lovers

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SONY ILCE-6000 (57mm, f/9, 1/250 sec, ISO100)

And a massive power plant. That’s Morro Bay. But worry not, the power plant is out of operation now.

This is a place that I passed a couple of times on my way down to Los Angeles and I’m sure that I’m not the only one. There is not much to see at first glance even though that the famous highway number 1 passes right through this little town. Some huge cooling towers from a power station and a large rock close to the beach.

FUJIFILM X-T1 (200mm, f/10, 1/170 sec, ISO200)
FUJIFILM X-Pro2 (200mm, f/8, 1/500 sec, ISO200)
FUJIFILM X-Pro2 (55mm, f/8, 1/850 sec, ISO200)

On our second last trip to the USA we finally explored the place a little bit on a day trip from our hotel at Pismo beach. What a great place. This little town has everything that I love about the coast of California: wild beaches, wildlife and surfers.

And sea otters! Many of them. The most adorable sea creature on earthl. Have you ever seen a sea otter couple drifting in the water holding hands (paws)?

My first encounter with sea otters happened in the Vancouver aquarium a long time ago where a sea otter coupe drifted in an outside pool, side by side, holding their paws to avoid that they would drift apart. They were sleeping but every time they lost contact they woke up and reached for the partner. Just like young lovers. Sea otters

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