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Common dolphin at the edge of the ocean, Delphinus delphis, Santa Barbara, California Common dolphin leaping from the ocean, Delphinus delphis, Santa Barbara, California Drift kelp has washed ashore on a sandy California beach.  Winter brings large surf and increased wave energy which often rips giant kelp from the ocean bottom, so that it floats down current, often washing ashore, Macrocystis pyrifera, Santa Barbara The Santa Barbara Mission.  Established in 1786, Mission Santa Barbara was the tenth of the California missions to be founded by the Spanish Franciscans.  Santa Barbara The Santa Barbara Mission.  Established in 1786, Mission Santa Barbara was the tenth of the California missions to be founded by the Spanish Franciscans.  Santa Barbara The Santa Barbara Mission.  Established in 1786, Mission Santa Barbara was the tenth of the California missions to be founded by the Spanish Franciscans.  Santa Barbara The Santa Barbara Mission.  Established in 1786, Mission Santa Barbara was the tenth of the California missions to be founded by the Spanish Franciscans.  Santa Barbara The Ty Warner Sea Center, a part of the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, located on Stearns Wharf, Santa Barbara Museum of History The Ty Warner Sea Center, a part of the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History, located on Stearns Wharf, Santa Barbara Museum of History Inside of the parish of the Santa Barbara Mission.  Established in 1786, Mission Santa Barbara was the tenth of the California missions to be founded by the Spanish Franciscans.  Santa Barbara Shale is a fine-grained detrital sedimentary rock formed by the compaction of clay, silt, or mud.  Shale is formed when mud is pressed into rock over millions of years and often breaks into big flat pieces. Here layers of shale emerge from the sand and cliffs at Gaviota State Beach north of Santa Barbara Shale is a fine-grained detrital sedimentary rock formed by the compaction of clay, silt, or mud.  Shale is formed when mud is pressed into rock over millions of years and often breaks into big flat pieces. Here layers of shale emerge from the sand and cliffs at Gaviota State Beach north of Santa Barbara Shale is a fine-grained detrital sedimentary rock formed by the compaction of clay, silt, or mud.  Shale is formed when mud is pressed into rock over millions of years and often breaks into big flat pieces. Here layers of shale emerge from the sand and cliffs at Gaviota State Beach north of Santa Barbara Shale is a fine-grained detrital sedimentary rock formed by the compaction of clay, silt, or mud.  Shale is formed when mud is pressed into rock over millions of years and often breaks into big flat pieces. Here layers of shale emerge from the sand and cliffs at Gaviota State Beach north of Santa Barbara Shale is a fine-grained detrital sedimentary rock formed by the compaction of clay, silt, or mud.  Shale is formed when mud is pressed into rock over millions of years and often breaks into big flat pieces. Here layers of shale emerge from the sand and cliffs at Gaviota State Beach north of Santa Barbara Shale is a fine-grained detrital sedimentary rock formed by the compaction of clay, silt, or mud.  Shale is formed when mud is pressed into rock over millions of years and often breaks into big flat pieces. Here layers of shale emerge from the sand and cliffs at Gaviota State Beach north of Santa Barbara Shale is a fine-grained detrital sedimentary rock formed by the compaction of clay, silt, or mud.  Shale is formed when mud is pressed into rock over millions of years and often breaks into big flat pieces. Here layers of shale emerge from the sand and cliffs at Gaviota State Beach north of Santa Barbara Shale is a fine-grained detrital sedimentary rock formed by the compaction of clay, silt, or mud.  Shale is formed when mud is pressed into rock over millions of years and often breaks into big flat pieces. Here layers of shale emerge from the sand and cliffs at Gaviota State Beach north of Santa Barbara Drift kelp has washed ashore on a sandy California beach.  Winter brings large surf and increased wave energy which often rips giant kelp from the ocean bottom, so that it floats down current, often washing ashore, Macrocystis pyrifera, Santa Barbara

Updated: September 24, 2020