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Where the desert meets the sea

In case you forgot, or maybe never knew (and really, amid all the sprinkler-fed lawns and water-gorged gardens, how could you know?) this is an arid land.

Which is what's so wonderful about Point Dume, the headlands, to be precise, where dunes drift and lizards live beneath the shade and spikes of prickly pear, and there's not a shadow of a doubt as to the true nature of things.

Dume dune

sandy lizard

prickly pear


point dume hawk


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