October 13, 2018

The Pack

sea lion, sea lion photos, sea lion images, sea lions in California, California wildlife, La Jolla
October 13, 2018
The Pack

Species: Zalophus californianus/ California sea lion | Location: La Jolla, California, United States

A group of California sea lions socializing in La Jolla, California.

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About The Photographer

Lisa is invariably captivated by all the details worthy of special attention within the big picture, and she likes to frame them in nature and wildlife portraits. She looks for unique combinations of colors, shapes, and textures, and is alert to the little things, or the little parts of big things; the things that we all miss until we take a closer look. From figurative to abstract, she’s most inspired by the endless innovations seen in nature’s creations. Fur, feathers, or fronds, she finds great purpose in bearing witness to the form and function of life’s little parts and pieces.

Lisa Marun was born in Los Angeles and called many places in South America, Mexico, California, and Florida home as she was growing up. She received her BA from UCLA and her MS from the London School of Economics. Lisa now lives, works, and plays in San Diego, California. When she’s not holding a camera, she is likely doing yoga, walking dogs, doing environmental law research, editing copy, or running ranunculus breeding research trials.

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