Pacific Coastline at 17-Mile Drive


Towards the end of our holiday in the USA, we spent our final days at Monterey, we arrived mid-afternoon and the following morning we headed out on a coach-trip towards Big Sur.

On the drive to Big Sur, we stopped at 17-Mile Drive where we were allowed to view the Pacific coastline. And take Photographs.

A photograph of the Pacific coastline at 17-mile Drive in California.

Camera Settings

Camera: Canon EOS 600D
Lens: Canon EF-S18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 IS STM
F/Number: f/18
ISO: 100
Focal Distance: 18 mm

Shutter Speed: 1/30 sec
Photograph Date: 11.05.2015
Location: 17-Mile Drive, California
Photographer: Bren
Software: Adobe Lightroom Classic


I could easily wakeup to that view every morning… but I’ll need a few million to do so. Assuming that one house had a sale price of £35,000,000… so, it might take a couple of EuroMillions wins to make my dreams come true.

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11 responses to “Pacific Coastline at 17-Mile Drive”

  1. I’ve only seen the pacific coast from Canada. But how photogenic it is!

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    1. It is very photogenic, isn’t it?… and the golf courses are out of this world.

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      1. Hmm. I wouldn’t know about that, I belong to the ‘Golf? A good walk spoiled’ brigade!

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        1. Me too… I can’t stand it… it seems such a slow boring game…

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  2. What a beautiful scene! I love a rocky beach, so much more interesting than just sand!

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    1. It was a stunning beach..

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  3. Oh my goodness! I would love to live there too!

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    1. I think we’ll need a couple of good lottery wins…🤣🤣

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  4. We never got up as far as Monterey, but I’ve the scenery there is beautiful & it certainly looks it from your shot 😃

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    1. Thank you xx… It is beautiful there xx

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