<p>This is a photo of two equestrians trotting down the beach at Morro Bay, California, at sunset.</p><p><em>(This photo and caption were submitted to <a href="http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/myshot/">My Shot</a>.)</em></p>

Morro Bay

This is a photo of two equestrians trotting down the beach at Morro Bay, California, at sunset.

(This photo and caption were submitted to My Shot.)

Photograph by Howard Ignatius, My Shot

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