This is actually two real photographs take in Morro Bay. The Sunset in the back has not be photo shopped much if any. The Rock photo was superimposed over the top and then I took out all or most of the black trying to give it a hollow or “burnt out” look. The birds are supposed to be big hairy mutates, not the normal seagulls that flow over the rock today. Of course all of these has to be thought of because of Morro Rocks proximity to Diablo Canyon Nuclear plant just a few miles down the coast. I did this back in 2007 before global warming was a big an issue as it is now but was just staring to flare up or heat up or…


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Original photography by Barbara Snyder M.A.Ed.

Barbara lives on the Central Coast of California. As a California native she has always felt the allure of the great variety of natural features offered in her home state. Born in Santa Maria, California, Barbara graduated from California Polytechnic State University in San Luis Obispo as a history major, English minor.

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