National Geographic : 1963 Nov
KODACHROMESBY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHICPHOTOGRAPHERTHOMAS NE Sea lions guard Point Lobos SIX MILES of jagged coast on Carmel Bay, Point Lobos Reserve State Park takes its name from the sea lions, known to Spanish pioneers as lobos marinos, or sea wolves. Pacific breakers wage con tinuous war on the rocky shore. Setting sun wavers through distorting layers of air in this telephoto view. Point Lobos waters hold strange life forms. Here knobbed kelp floats beside a parachutelike jellyfish.