While staying on the Baja California peninsula I got the offer of a friend to stay at his house in Los Barriles. So I took a road trip to the Sea of Cortez and in exchange, I would provide him with some photos he could use on AIRBNB.
Todos Santos is a small but very touristic town close to San Pedrito Beach. It is one of the small but cozy little places at the south end of the Baja California peninsula. Once in awhile I went there to buy supplies but I also shot some pictures.
San Pedrito Beach is all about surfing and hardcore chilling but suddenly the area transformed into a party for electronic music and hundreds of people showed up. I volunteered as a photographer and got free access. Here is a collection of my pictures.
While staying at San Pedrito Beach we encountered also a little crisis. If you think it is only fun and surfing than you are wrong. One of our neighbors found a box with puppies when he took a leak at night. This lead to a situation we called the “Puppy Crisis”.
This is the 2nd entry about San Pedrito Beach and once more I like to present some photography of the beach and its community. This time friends we met on our Road Trip joined us to hang out on the beach for a while. Here are photos of that period.
This was my first encounter with Playa de San Pedrito. On my Road Trip Photography Blog, you will find many more entries about San Pedrito because I started to feel like home there after a while. These are the first pictures I took of this surf spot.
El Conejo is a picturesque little family beach close to La Paz not far away from the south tip of the Baja California peninsula. The community is very friendly and the surfing conditions are perfect for beginners. I took plenty of photos of the beach and its inhabitants.
On our Road Trip halfway down the Baja California, we found a very cool and remote surf spot called “The Wall” which has excellent waves to offer most of the time. There you find also a friendly community I tried to capture in my photography.
El Coyote Beach is close to Mulegé at the Sea of Cortez side of the Baja California. On our Road Trip down southbound we made a stopover at this beach and ended up staying for over one week. I took plenty of photos of my travel mates and enjoyed the beach.
We were about halfway through the Baja California when we arrived in Guerrero Negro which is a small city close to the “Wall”. The Wall, on the other hand, is a famous surf spot. In Guerrero Negro I got surprised with a beautiful parade I captured with my camera.