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Carlsbad Coast Highway Sunset, from Terramar and North Ponto to Oceanside and Camp Pendleton. The smoke stack that marked the old Encina Power Plant was removed in 2021. Oceanside Pier is seen beautifully lit in the distance
Carlsbad Coast Highway Sunset, from Terramar and North Ponto to Oceanside and Camp Pendleton. The smoke stack that marked the old Encina Power Plant was removed in 2021. Oceanside Pier is seen beautifully lit in the distance.
Location: Carlsbad, California
Image ID: 37479  
Carlsbad Coast at Sunset, Terramar and the Oceanside Pier, with Camp Pendleton and the San Onofre power plant in the distance on this incredibly clean and crisp evening view
Carlsbad Coast at Sunset, Terramar and the Oceanside Pier, with Camp Pendleton and the San Onofre power plant in the distance on this incredibly clean and crisp evening view.
Location: Carlsbad, California
Image ID: 37482  
Panorama dimensions: 1106 x 3500
A garibaldi fish (orange), surf grass (green) and palm kelp (brown) on the rocky reef -- all appearing blurred in this time exposure -- are tossed back and forth by powerful ocean waves passing by above.  San Clemente Island, Hypsypops rubicundus, Phyllospadix
A garibaldi fish (orange), surf grass (green) and palm kelp (brown) on the rocky reef -- all appearing blurred in this time exposure -- are tossed back and forth by powerful ocean waves passing by above. San Clemente Island.
Species: Surfgrass, Hypsypops rubicundus, Phyllospadix
Location: San Clemente Island, California
Image ID: 10238  
The Morro Bay Power Plant, with its distinctive three stacks, rises above fishing boats in Morro Bay harbor.  Morro Bay
The Morro Bay Power Plant, with its distinctive three stacks, rises above fishing boats in Morro Bay harbor. Morro Bay.
Location: Morro Bay, California
Image ID: 14900  
San Onofre Nuclear Power generating station, aerial photo, Dana Point, California
San Onofre Nuclear Power generating station, aerial photo.
Location: Dana Point, California
Image ID: 29077  
Encina Power Station, a large natural gas and oil-fueled electricity generating plant in Carlsbad, California, aerial photo
Encina Power Station, a large natural gas and oil-fueled electricity generating plant in Carlsbad, California, aerial photo.
Location: Carlsbad, California
Image ID: 29078  
Morro Bay Power Plant stacks, each 450-feet tall, mark the Pacific Gas and Electric power plant
Morro Bay Power Plant stacks, each 450-feet tall, mark the Pacific Gas and Electric power plant.
Location: Morro Bay, California
Image ID: 22211  
Surf grass on the rocky reef -- appearing blurred in this time exposure -- is tossed back and forth by powerful ocean waves passing by above.  San Clemente Island, Phyllospadix
Surf grass on the rocky reef -- appearing blurred in this time exposure -- is tossed back and forth by powerful ocean waves passing by above. San Clemente Island.
Species: Surfgrass, Phyllospadix
Location: San Clemente Island, California
Image ID: 10247  
The Morro Bay Power Plant, with its distinctive three stacks, rises above fishing boats in Morro Bay harbor.  Morro Bay
The Morro Bay Power Plant, with its distinctive three stacks, rises above fishing boats in Morro Bay harbor. Morro Bay.
Location: Morro Bay, California
Image ID: 14901  
Steam is released from a geothermal power generation plant near the Salton Sea in Imperial County.  Geothermal power generation uses steam heated deep within the Earth's crust to power turbines and generate electricity.  Imperial County has more than 11 known geothermal fields in the Brawley and Salton Sea areas and holds great potential for the generation of electicity by tapping into this geothermal energy source
Steam is released from a geothermal power generation plant near the Salton Sea in Imperial County. Geothermal power generation uses steam heated deep within the Earth's crust to power turbines and generate electricity. Imperial County has more than 11 known geothermal fields in the Brawley and Salton Sea areas and holds great potential for the generation of electicity by tapping into this geothermal energy source.
Location: Imperial County, California
Image ID: 22520  
Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant, San Luis Obispo, California
Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant.
Location: San Luis Obispo, California
Image ID: 05506  
Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant, San Luis Obispo, California
Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant.
Location: San Luis Obispo, California
Image ID: 05507  
Morro Bay power plant
Morro Bay power plant.
Location: Morro Bay, California
Image ID: 05508  
Morro Rock and Morro Bay power plant
Morro Rock and Morro Bay power plant.
Location: Morro Bay, California
Image ID: 05509  
Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough.  The Moss Landing Power Plant is an electricity generation plant at Moss Landing, California.  The twin stacks, each 500 feet high, mark two generation units product 750 megawatts each
Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough. The Moss Landing Power Plant is an electricity generation plant at Moss Landing, California. The twin stacks, each 500 feet high, mark two generation units product 750 megawatts each.
Location: Moss Landing, California
Image ID: 21496  
Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough.  The Moss Landing Power Plant is an electricity generation plant at Moss Landing, California.  The twin stacks, each 500 feet high, mark two generation units product 750 megawatts each
Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough. The Moss Landing Power Plant is an electricity generation plant at Moss Landing, California. The twin stacks, each 500 feet high, mark two generation units product 750 megawatts each.
Location: Moss Landing, California
Image ID: 21497  
Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough.  The Moss Landing Power Plant is an electricity generation plant at Moss Landing, California.  The twin stacks, each 500 feet high, mark two generation units product 750 megawatts each
Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough. The Moss Landing Power Plant is an electricity generation plant at Moss Landing, California. The twin stacks, each 500 feet high, mark two generation units product 750 megawatts each.
Location: Moss Landing, California
Image ID: 21499  
Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough.  The Moss Landing Power Plant is an electricity generation plant at Moss Landing, California.  The twin stacks, each 500 feet high, mark two generation units product 750 megawatts each
Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough. The Moss Landing Power Plant is an electricity generation plant at Moss Landing, California. The twin stacks, each 500 feet high, mark two generation units product 750 megawatts each.
Image ID: 21505  
Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough.  The Moss Landing Power Plant is an electricity generation plant at Moss Landing, California.  The twin stacks, each 500 feet high, mark two generation units product 750 megawatts each
Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough. The Moss Landing Power Plant is an electricity generation plant at Moss Landing, California. The twin stacks, each 500 feet high, mark two generation units product 750 megawatts each.
Image ID: 21506  
Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough.  The Moss Landing Power Plant is an electricity generation plant at Moss Landing, California.  The twin stacks, each 500 feet high, mark two generation units product 750 megawatts each
Moss Landing Power Plant rise above Moss Landing harbor and Elkhorn Slough. The Moss Landing Power Plant is an electricity generation plant at Moss Landing, California. The twin stacks, each 500 feet high, mark two generation units product 750 megawatts each.
Image ID: 21507  
Steam is released from a geothermal power generation plant near the Salton Sea in Imperial County.  Geothermal power generation uses steam heated deep within the Earth's crust to power turbines and generate electricity.  Imperial County has more than 11 known geothermal fields in the Brawley and Salton Sea areas and holds great potential for the generation of electicity by tapping into this geothermal energy source
Steam is released from a geothermal power generation plant near the Salton Sea in Imperial County. Geothermal power generation uses steam heated deep within the Earth's crust to power turbines and generate electricity. Imperial County has more than 11 known geothermal fields in the Brawley and Salton Sea areas and holds great potential for the generation of electicity by tapping into this geothermal energy source.
Location: Imperial County, California
Image ID: 22517  
Steam is released from a geothermal power generation plant near the Salton Sea in Imperial County.  Geothermal power generation uses steam heated deep within the Earth's crust to power turbines and generate electricity.  Imperial County has more than 11 known geothermal fields in the Brawley and Salton Sea areas and holds great potential for the generation of electicity by tapping into this geothermal energy source
Steam is released from a geothermal power generation plant near the Salton Sea in Imperial County. Geothermal power generation uses steam heated deep within the Earth's crust to power turbines and generate electricity. Imperial County has more than 11 known geothermal fields in the Brawley and Salton Sea areas and holds great potential for the generation of electicity by tapping into this geothermal energy source.
Location: Imperial County, California
Image ID: 22518  
Steam is released from a geothermal power generation plant near the Salton Sea in Imperial County.  Geothermal power generation uses steam heated deep within the Earth's crust to power turbines and generate electricity.  Imperial County has more than 11 known geothermal fields in the Brawley and Salton Sea areas and holds great potential for the generation of electicity by tapping into this geothermal energy source
Steam is released from a geothermal power generation plant near the Salton Sea in Imperial County. Geothermal power generation uses steam heated deep within the Earth's crust to power turbines and generate electricity. Imperial County has more than 11 known geothermal fields in the Brawley and Salton Sea areas and holds great potential for the generation of electicity by tapping into this geothermal energy source.
Location: Imperial County, California
Image ID: 22519