La Jolla ( pronounced ” la-hoy-ya”) is a Spanish word meaning “jewel”, which it really is.This community of over 42,000 inhabitants is located just 12 miles from downtown San Diego.
What interested us once more was the shoreline. My husband loves the sea very much, and often photographs beachs wheneever we are near the ocean. La Jolla is well worth a day trip or even a longer stay for anyone visiting San Diego.
With it’s cliffs and rocky shoreline along the Pacific ocean, it’s a very authentic place.
I’m irriated this morning, because some of our best Vertical shots of the the shoreline could not be rotated. I’m going to have to do them another time because they are real beauties… and it isn’t nice having everyone risk a getting a krick in the neck just to look at them !!
In the meanwhile, imagine being here on a sunny day :
The city is here ;
I could sit and contemplate this type of scene for long moments. These are zen moments when stress and worries don’t exist.
There is some white sand beach down there, and sunbathers too.
A nice circular pattern between seawalls and water.
A friendly little beach front home.I could imagine myself downing a beer & enjoying the sunset on the deck.
A funny man that was making “he man” poses each time the waves crashed behind him !
One more shot for the guys at work…
Happy weekend to all !