“Malo periculosam, libertatem quam quietam servitutem.”
My favorite is the one with the dog.
I believe this is your finest collection. Thank you.#15 the lone motorcycle and the lone tree with a view of the ocean. That reminds me of the road that cuts through Fort Hunter-Liggett from Jolon Rd to the coast. Beautiful and awe inspiring as are many of the roads which cut through the coastal ranges.In the 1980s I was a route driver for a friend's seafood business. My route was the entire length of the Big Sur coast, Morro Bay to Monterey. That plus decades of surf trips, that coast and the road became very familiar. Oh the stories I could tell. Such as the time I passed 168 cars chugging behind the tourist bus that wouldn't pull over. Being so intimately familiar with the road, I confidently passed the cars on a horseshoe bend and blind curves. There was exactly one place the entire 2 mile stretch of the horseshoe was in full view. It was clear so I went for it. Cars honking, terrified tourist screaming at me, it was glorious. In a one ton van with the name of the business and phone number for all to see. Apparently none called in to report the crazy driver.
Hwy1 between Monterey & San Luis Obispo is one of my favorites.
Beautiful blonde ruins her body with tattoos.
Yeah that's my complaint as well, beautiful women who vandalize their perfection with idiotic tramp stamps.
Wore out skank with the board looks like a walking comic book. <---an indication of a hollow head and a super widened gash.
#8, something about horses running free in the wild that does it for me#12, absolutely stunning#19 nuthin' like an old Chevy pick em up truck#22 same as #19 but it's a Jimmy 3100. Girl ain't too shabby either LOL
Heartbreaking, to think what a beautiful picture that could have been with just her natural beauty and a baby in her arms.
I concur, she must have been lovely, pre tattoos.
Certainly one of the best