Greetings honored guests. I’m trying something new today – Monochrome Monday.
This post features the terminus of the Baja California Peninsula, a 760 mile long strip of land that separates the Pacific Ocean and the Sea of Cortez (Gulf of California).
This point is called Land’s End. It is near the resort town of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
Land’s End is famous for the wave-sculpted rock formation known as The Arch of Cabo San Lucas.
Surrounding waters team with over-sized sea life including marine mammals like whales, dolphins, and sea lions, fish like whale sharks and several varieties of billfish, and cephalopods like Humboldt squid.
I recommend Land’s End and Cabo San Lucas as an ideal location for your next aquatic adventure.
I hope you enjoyed my first attempt at Monochrome Monday.