Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. The tips of land masses have a strong magnetic attraction for me, perhaps because I can really feel the cataclysm of earth’s continental shifts.
Cabo was so evocative I even got myself out of bed at dawn so I could take more photos.
Took these shots while traveling in the Mexican Baja.
I wasn’t going to Tijuana, but it’s a border town with a wild wild west reputation and has always figured large in my imagination.
In winter, Pacific grey whale mothers migrate to this area to give birth in the relative calm and safety of the Sea of Cortes. Cabo San Lucas is at the southern tip of the peninsula.