Just north of Cross Creek State Park in California lies the Malibu Colony. It’s a string of homes right on the Pacific Ocean. They are squeezed in cheek-to-jowl so close you can paint your neighbor’s kitchen from your own! They are as valuable as gold. The list of owners is star studded.
On the afternoon I visited two of the first four homes had been gutted to the studs. Rebuilding a home is the norm not the exception here.
If money were no object I’d love to live here on this beautiful stretch of beach.
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Definitely nice photo – and I’d buy something like that too…
I’d move there, if only the current economic downturn hadn’t made it impossible to get a decent 400-year mortgage.
How did you get this picture, Geoff? Did you use a stitching program or is it something on your camera? I have been playing with a couple of the free stitching downloads and have been very pleased with the results
I usually hate the stitch photos, but this one is cool because you had it right in the diminishing point, or lack there of. nice shot.
~ Super cool pic, I go there once a year, but only at night, so I can’t ever see anything there. Even then I’m offshore shooting the giant ‘World Famous’ Malibu Colony fireworks sky show, I shake that whole area from about offshore middle house in the Colony … way cool end pic/thanks