FRACK OFF PADDLE PHOTO GALLERY FROM PHOTOGRAPHER BRANDEN AROYAN
The beginning stages of mapping and scouting mileage and accessible beaches along the Big Sur Coast.
Halfway across Monterey Bay during the 26-mile crossing. Floating over 2000 feet of water, 7 miles to nearest land.
Rough waters towards end of Monterey Bay crossing.
Home for the first night. Referencing map of Monterey Peninsula for day two. Happy to have crossed Monterey Bay.
Waking up in a remote cove only reachable by water, near Pt. Lobos.
Unpacking upon arrival.
Sorting through the essentials.
Evening journal entry.
Preparing dinner and tea.
Leaveing the waterfall and onto the next magical nook.
Big Sur night sky.
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