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Photo: San Josef Sea Stacks

Sea stacks line the beach in San Josef Bay in Cape Scott Provincial Park, Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.

Moulded by the sea, the sea stacks in San Josef Bay make for an ever changing landscape on the sandy beach.

San Josef Bay features a beautiful sweeping sandy beach littered with sea stacks, sand dollars and rock formations.

Tree topped sea stacks along the rocky shores of San Josef Bay in Cape Scott Provincial Park, West Coast, Northern Vancouver Island, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.


San Josef Sea Stacks

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San Josef Sea Stacks
Picture of the sea stacks in San Josef Beach, West Coast, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada.

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San Josef Sea Stacks
Sea stacks line the beach in San Josef Bay in Cape Scott Provincial Park, Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Canada.
Photographer
Rolf Hicker Photography
Stock Photo ID
cdn_22v_40349-ed.jpg - San Josef Sea Stacks
Country
Canada
Province
British Columbia
GPS
128° 16' 57.768'' W
50° 40' 31.284'' N

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