Cabo San Lucas
I am wrapping up my blog posts from our Mexico trip with a selection of photos from our day trip to Cabo San Lucas. I couldn't help but experiment a bit with these images and after editing a few, I decided to go all black and white for this post. I am a big fan of the sharp contrast you can create with a nice blue sky in black and white images. It is like cutting your lines and composition with a sharp knife.
Cabo San Lucas felt busier than Cabo San Jose, where we stayed. This is where you would catch the fishing or whale watching tours and the harbour front features an impressive marina. We enjoyed a fantastic seafood lunch that won't soon be forgotten. The morning started out with a guided tour to the famous arch, which is located at the southern tip of the Baja peninsula dividing the Pacific Ocean to the West and the Sea of Cortez to the East. An impressed land mark and it was great to see it from a small boat. The boat let us off at Lovers Beach for an hour and it was a worth while stop. You can walk from the beach at the Sea of Cortez, through the rock formation over to Divorce Beach. Splendid.
The last five photos in this series is from Cabo San Jose.
To see more photos please link to my SmugMug gallery at: Cabo San Lucas.