What you see here is Los Arcos shot from a small skiff during a family trip to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. It is the very southernmost tip of of the Baja penninsula, where the Pacific Ocean meets the Sea of Cortez and gets its name from the arched rock in the center of the image. You can see the size of the swell by the markings on the rock wall to the right of the picture. What you don’t see just off the left side of the frame is a rock outcropping loaded with about 25 sea lions basking in the sun.
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