Big Sur to Big Basin: California's Dramatic Central Coast
Chronicle Books, Feb 17, 2005 - Photography - 144 pages
From the dramatic cliffs of Big Sur to the colorful boardwalk and misty wooded mountains of Santa Cruz, Big Sur to Big Basin captures the stunning vistas and lively spectacles of the Monterey Bay region. This perennial backlist sellerupdated and with a striking new coveris the only book to explore the nine different communities that radiate north and south from the Monterey Bay, presenting an insiders view of the history and present-day attractions of this gorgeous coastline. Photographer Larry Ulrich's lush images reveal the hidden canyons once wandered by John Steinbeck, the emerald lawns of Pebble Beach, and the power and serenity of majestic redwood forests. Writer Pamela Verduin Cain tells a tale of a pirate attack on Monterey, takes readers on a tour through the West Coast's oldest continuously operating lighthouse, and visits the gorgeous private estates of celebrated Carmel residents. Full of characters and legend, sunsets and hot springs, wildflowers and whitecaps, Big Sur to Big Basin celebrates this ruggedly beautiful meeting of mountains and sea.
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Big Sur to Big Basin: California's Dramatic Central CoastUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
Combining breathtaking landscape photographs with glowing, tour-guide-like descriptions, this coffee-table book is an excellent peek into one of the most gorgeous locations in the country. Cain takes ... Read full review
Review: Big Sur to Big Basin: California's Dramatic Central CoastUser Review - Jennifer - Goodreads
Nice coffee table book. Gorgeous photography. Folks that have spent years in the area will likely be telling the book their own local secrets, but I still learned a few new details. Read full review