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California beach & pier stock photos

My new project coming is capture of all the California piers along the coast.  Here is a list to get me started, look for our blue sky twilight & moon lite stock photos coming soon.

3. Santa Cruz Municipal Wharf 2,745 1914 Wooden – Longest wooden pier in CA
Longest Pacific Ocean Pier of any type
4. Ocean Beach Pier, San Diego 1,971 1966 Concrete – Longest in Southern California – San Diego County
5. Stern’s Wharf, Santa Barbara 1,950 1872 Wooden – Santa Barbara County
6. Oceanside Pier 1,942 1987 Wooden – San Diego County
7. Huntington Beach Pier 1,856 1992 Concrete – Orange County
8. Seal Beach Pier 1,835 1995 Wooden – Orange County
9. Avila Beach Pier 1,685 ?? Wooden – Orange County
10. Ventura County Pier 1,620 1996 Wooden, with new steel pilings, originally 1,958 feet long
11. Imperial Beach Pier 1,491 1963 Concrete – San Diego County
12. Goleta Pier 1,450 ?? Wooden – Santa Barbara County
13. Port Hueneme Pier 1,400 1999 Wooden – Ventiura County
14. Newport Beach Pier 1,322 ?? Wooden – Orange County
15. Pacifica Pier 1,320 1973 Concrete – “1/4 mile” – a fishing pier – San Mateo County
16. Port San Luis Pier, San Luis Obispo 1,320 ?? Wooden – San Luis Obispo County
17. San Clemente Pier 1,296 1985 Wooden – Orange County
18. Pismo Beach Pier 1,250 1986 Wooden – San Luis Obispo County
19. Cabrillo Pier, San Pedro 1,200 1988 Concrete – Los Angeles County
20. Santa Monica Pier 1,080 1988 Wooden, with new steel pilings – Los Angeles County
21. Hermosa Beach Pier 1,000 1914 Concrete – Los Angeles County
22. Cayucos Pier, Morro Bay 953 ?? Wooden – San Luis Obispo County
23. Manhattan Beach Pier 928 1920 Concrete – Los Angeles County
24. Balboa Pier, Newport Beach 920 1906 Wooden – Orange County
25. B Street Pier, Crescent City 900 Wooden – Del Norte County
26. Crystal Pier, San Diego 872 1936 Wooden – cabins to sleep in over the water – San Diego County
27. San Simeon Pier 850 1983 Wooden – San Luis Obispo County
28. Malibu Pier 780 2003 Wooden – Los Angeles County

Yea, a bunch but can do, one pier at a time.