Yep, still dangerous

Yep, still dangerous.

It was crazy windy tonight. I kept worrying I’d drop my phone while taking pictures. I seriously saw two tumbleweeds roll by.

#danger #signs #fence #cliff #catalinaisland #palosverdes #california

Photo taken at: Del Cerro Park

Yep, still dangerous.

It was crazy windy tonight. I kept worrying I’d drop my phone while taking pictures. I seriously saw two tumbleweeds roll by.

#danger #signs #fence #cliff #catalinaisland #palosverdes #california

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Hills rolling down to the sea

Hills rolling down to the sea. #palosverdes #ocean #hillside #catalinaisland #California

Photo taken at: Del Cerro Park

Hills rolling down to the sea.

#palosverdes #ocean #hillside #catalinaisland #California

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eighteenbelow says:
Gorgeous scenery. I’d love to see the ocean (any ocean) more often.

Thanks. I need to get out there (and other scenic spots) more often. Even though it’s not that far (one of the great things about the LA area is how close it is to sea, mountains, deserts, forests and so on), it’s so easy to get caught up in the day to day grind that you forget to step out and visit what’s right there, on the other side of the traffic and smog.

I’m not sure this fence is entirely stable.

I’m not sure this fence is entirely stable. #fence #termites #delcerropark #palosverdes #catalinaisland #cliff #california

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I’m not sure this fence is entirely stable.
#fence #termites #delcerropark #palosverdes #catalinaisland #cliff #california

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eighteenbelow says:
Nah, I’d totally lean on that over the cliff.

I’m not great with heights at the best of times, and it was seriously windy up there that day. On the plus side, I was more worried about dropping my phone over the edge than falling myself, so that’s something.

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Wild plant at the top of the hill, ocean at the bottom

Wild plant at the top of the hill, ocean at the bottom. The fence marks the edge of Del Cerro Park and the start of a steep, unstable slope down to the Portuguese Bend area of the coast near Los Angeles. On a clear day, Catalina would be visible off to the left, but on this day, the ocean blended seamlessly into an obscuring haze.

Photo taken at: Del Cerro Park

Wild plant at the top of the hill, ocean at the bottom. The fence marks the edge of Del Cerro Park and the start of a steep, unstable slope down to the Portuguese Bend area of the coast near Los Angeles. On a clear day, Catalina would be visible off to the left, but on this day, the ocean blended seamlessly into an obscuring haze.

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