Arch at Land’s End Cabo San Lucas

Photographs and images of the arch at Cabo San Lucas from various sources and years.

Photo by Max Miller or George Lindsay, 1943, from the book Land Where Time Stands Still

Photo by Max Miller or George Lindsay, 1943, from the book “Land Where Time Stands Still”.

arch-cabo-san-lucas-c1887-browne-2Drawing of the arch and land’s end rock formations at Cabo San Lucas by John Ross Browne in the year 1867 or 1868

El Arco (Arch) Cabo San Lucas 1851
El Arco (Arch) Cabo San Lucas 1851

 

Post card of the arch and rock formations at Land's End Cabo by Francisco Aramburo. Circa 1965.
Post card of the arch and rock formations at Land’s End Cabo by Francisco Aramburo. Circa 1965.

 

Land's End Cabo San Lucas. Photo © 1991 Joseph A. Tyson
Land’s End Cabo San Lucas. Photo © 1991 Joseph A. Tyson

 

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Land’s End Cabo San Lucas, arch formation, circa 1992. Photo © Joseph A. Tyson

 

Cabo arch at sunset 2014
Cabo arch at sunset 2014

Eclipse of the Millennium July 11, 1991

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Front cover of the program for the Eclipse of the Millennium, July 11, 1991, Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur, by Baja Explorer Magazine. (ALTI Corporation)

Cabo San Lucas, Baja California Sur. Twenty Five years ago.

The first small slice (first contact) with be taken out of the sun over Cabo San Lucas at 10:24 a.m. (PDT) and mid eclipse will begin at 11:53 a.m., with final contact at 12:21 p.m. From the southern tip of the Baja peninsula, the shadow — now 160 miles wide — will shift to the Sea of Cortez, the Mexican mainland, Central America and then South America.

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Excerpt from the eclipse program published by Baja Explorer magazine (ALTI Corporation) July 11, 1991. Cover photo: Total solar eclipse of February 16, 1980 from Kenya, Africa. (Photo by Francisco Diego).