Photo @Chrisburkard. It can be a pretty rare sight, but during the fall and winter season you can catch Morro Bay with clear skies and glassy waters. Morro Rock is an icon in Central California that has always been my home and one of the reasons I have been drawn to stay there. This structure in specific attracts many because of its size, and thousands of years ago was used as a guide for the first Spanish explorers. Morro Rock is one of nine such formations in the San Luis Obispo area, known as the “nine sisters.” Morro Rock, considered a volcanic plug, was formed due to extreme build-up of pressure of volatile-charged magma. Viewing certain structures from the air will give you the grander scale of the earth’s formation.