Serenity, freedom, awe. Big Sur, California evokes a satchel full of feelings. So vast and beautiful it is easy to become humbled and inspired by this secluded part of the California coast. It’s enormous and small at the same time. Wild yet conservative. People feel alone here yet closer to themselves. Closer intact with who they are. No wonder novelists and painters such as Henry Miller and Jack Kerouac spent time here. Big Sur is so beautiful and stunning that it has the power to cause its visitors to look within themselves. These photos are my interpretation of that untapped beauty in its many forms, but don’t take my word for it. Go feel Big Sur for yourself.
by Shelby Craig