Overlooking the Pacific Coast Highway and ocean, listening to the surf and Joni Mitchell's Trouble Child.  Malibu is relatively 'new', incorporated in 1991. Apparently, it's the longest and narrowest town in the U.S. But it's basically another planet. The name comes from the Chumash word Humaliwo, "The Surf Sounds Loudly"  For pure nostalgia, this is my favorite gallery to revise, and revise again.

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A small road that goes up the incline above a beach in Malibu. Of course, this used to be all ranchland.

Sunday Ride

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Nice houses right on the beach in Malibu. A frosted glass door lets you in the side and most likely the beach. But there is security in place, a little sticker on that glassy gate.

Side Entry, Alarmed

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The backside of toney retail in Malibu.

Reverse of Retail

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The stylishly rusted backside of toney retail in Malibu.

Reverse of Retail

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One of the many hiking trails and areas near Malibu. Look out for rattlesnakes.

Solstice Canyon

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The fog softens the harshness of the light and seems to quiet the sound of traffic on Highway One.

Bright Hazy Morning

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The awesome Pacific Ocean on a beautiful day. It does not care about you.

Cannot Be Denied.

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A gate to keep people off the beach in Malibu. Most likely illegal.

Whose Beach

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