A Rainy Day in Trinidad, California

Looking south...If you come to Trinidad, just know that you’re more than likely going to encounter some wet grey days.

When the sun does come out, it’s glorious!

But you aren’t guaranteed sun every day, or even every other day.

Some days it’s just grey, and wet, and a little dreary…

And if I can find some beauty on those days? Then I know I’m doing something right!
Looking south from Houda Point
Looking south from Houda Point, towards Arcata and Eureka, California.

Ferns and Moss
Ferns and moss on the black rock this part of the California Coastline is known for.

Luffenholtz Creek access to the beach
Trinidad Head is almost completely obstructed by fog–you can just make out the base of it, in the distance. This was shot from the Luffenholtz Creek access to the beach below.

Luffenholtz Beach County Park
Above Luffenholtz Creek access to the beach.

Raindrops on Wildflowers
Raindrops on one of the few remaining wildflowers, even though it’s the middle of winter here.

There are still a few wildflowers left, even in December.
There are still a few wildflowers left, even in December.

Luffenholtz Beach County Park
Luffenholtz Beach County Park

Trinidad, California
Another shot with Trinidad Head almost completely hidden by fog, taken from the south.

Trinidad, California
I think this may be known as Camel Rock…

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