Photograph of surf breaking on rocks in La Jolla, ca.1900. At center water is spraying upwards as ocean water breaks upon the side of a rocky cliff. The top of the cliff is visible in the right foreground, while it curves around and is visible behind the spray as well. The sides of the cliff appear to have been eroded by water, and the ocean is visible in the left background. Photoprint reads: "Near San Diego, one of the most popular places for tourists on the coast, its climate is the most even in the world. The long series of caves are ever wonderful, scientists traveling across the continent to study the wonderful foundation and colorings".