The 32-foot fiberglass Blue Mist perches on the rocks at low tide just north of the Piedras Blancas Lighthouse on Thursday morning. The large rock in the background frosted with bird droppings is a coastal landmark and namesake for Piedras Blancas, Spanish for "White Rocks."
The 32-foot fiberglass Blue Mist perches on the rocks at low tide just north of the Piedras Blancas Lighthouse on Thursday morning. The large rock in the background frosted with bird droppings is a coastal landmark and namesake for Piedras Blancas, Spanish for "White Rocks."
The 32-foot fiberglass Blue Mist perches on the rocks at low tide just north of the Piedras Blancas Lighthouse on Thursday morning. The large rock in the background frosted with bird droppings is a coastal landmark and namesake for Piedras Blancas, Spanish for "White Rocks."

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