Arriving at “The Wall” close to Punta Santa Rosalillita, we had two new members in our team. Back in Guerrero Negro, we met two traveling surfers from New Zealand. Together we went to one of the most notorious surf spots along the Baja California called “The Wall.” This place is a remote beach in the desert. There is not much out there to take photos of, but this place has perfect waves. Still, I could make a couple of pictures of the sundowns and the community.
There were many cool people at “The Wall” that were camping and surfing as we did. At the beach, you find surfers way in their sixties who are camping most winter here. It’s a great community out there in the middle of nowhere. Unfortunately, the locals show up from time to time to collect some money. Well, I guess the local fishermen own the place. You can probably make a deal if you plan to stay longer than a few days.
The Kiwis we took along on our trip reminded me of my time in New Zealand. Just two years ago, I had been there, and there I got introduced to surfing for the first time. During our two week vacation at “The Wall,” we also made friends with some other surfer dudes from the States. So we decided to keep on rolling together.
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“The Wall” Photography | Baja California