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Big Sur, CA is one of my favorite photo-taking locations in the world. Located about three hours south of San Francisco, its picturesque landscape and stunning cliffs make it a one of a kind place that you must see. Pictured above is the primary landmark of Big Sur: McWay Falls, a tiny waterfall spilling onto an isolated beach, with beautiful teal waters brushing against the shore. Breathtaking.
Pictured above: McWay Falls in the winter
Driving along Highway 1 through Big Sur is a view itself. On the right day, the water in Big Sur reflects a beautiful teal color (pictured above). Another Big Sur hotspot is the famous Bixby Bridge( below).
Built in 1932, the bridge has a unique shape and location.
Whenever it's someone's first time to the Bay Area, I always take them on a drive down to see this magnificent place. Worth the time and the one lane drive!
It is also a good idea to stay and view the sunset on the coast. Golden Hour is the most serene time, as the cliffs literally turn golden in front of your eyes.
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Overall, this drive is worth it. Even through the one lane, windy road, can be a bit intimidating, the views make up for it.