I remember first visiting this place and finally being exposed to what the hype was all about. To many, if you lived in the Bay Area but never bothered driving out to Land's End, then do you really live in the Bay Area? This thought always resided in the back of my mind whenever I'd see shots of the plank and the ruins, further fueling my wanderlust for this place. While my first time here certainly struck me with awe, it's safe to say that this place has become a go-to if I ever happen to drive out to the coast. Might as well right? (One does not simply drive down Geary blvd or the great highway without returning with some shots at the baths). I always happen to find a new place to explore every time I'm here, each time with different company too, so the surprises never really end. All there's left to do now is to find the stone labyrinth, I guess. Land's End definitely earned its spot in my list of locations that undoubtedly pushed my photography even further. While the scene is usually always overcast and gloomy during my visits, I always try to conjure up new perspectives to recreate this place in memory, different each time. Guess it just comes to show that everyone's shooting and editing style is prone to evolve slowly but surely.