Taken just outside of Carmel, California in Point Lobos National Park, this image captures a cut-through used by harbor seals, that live in the area, to swim through the tall and sheer rocky outcropping that jut out from the shore of the park. Such caves, being called keyholes within the rock faces provide quick and safe access to calm beaches away from the crashing waves of the pacific.
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