Just got back from a short trip to Big Sur to photograph the wild calla lilies growing in the canyons at Garrapata State Park. It was an exceptionally wet, windy and stormy weekend, but lucky for us, the rain and wind ceased just long enough to get some wide angle photos of the lilies covered in wet dew drops, overlooking the large waves crashing on the beach. If you venture out here, beware the slippery mud and poison oak! Despite that it was a really gorgeous sight. This is along an area on Garrapata Creek.