Glimpsing a secret, bright inner essence.

Solitary figure in morning sun on Torrey Pines State Beach.
Solitary figure in morning sun on Torrey Pines State Beach.

Here are several lucky photographs that turned out to be emotionally stirring or inspiring. In places light shines out from the images, as if we’re privileged to momentarily glimpse a secret, bright inner essence.

Tall palms reach toward a glowing cloud on San Diego's Embarcadero.
Tall palms reach toward a glowing cloud on San Diego’s Embarcadero.
A morning look from Balboa Park toward my Cortez Hill neighborhood.
Bright morning color frames my Cortez Hill neighborhood.
Brilliant sunrise illuminates the horizon east of San Diego.
Brilliant, fiery sunrise illuminates the horizon east of San Diego.
Helping hand is offered at the Toussaint Teen Center.
Touching sculpture offers a helping hand at the Toussaint Teen Center.
Children walk around Balboa Park fountain as evening descends.
Children walk around beautiful Balboa Park fountain as evening descends.
Morning sun and reflection in downtown San Diego.
Morning sun and reflection in downtown San Diego.

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Richard Schulte

Downtown San Diego has been my home for many years. My online activities reflect my love for writing, blogging, walking and photography.

7 thoughts on “Glimpsing a secret, bright inner essence.”

  1. Ultimately I’m heading to Colorado with some stops in between. I’ve been on the road for 21 1/2 months now, taking my healing on the road, living on faith and trust, changing paradigms.

    San Diego was a frequent vacation spot as a child and then adopted it as an adult, too. I’ve been all around San Diego county this last year and learned so much more about it. But I’m not a city girl so excited to get to small towns and mountains.

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    1. Oh, wow! I lived in Denver for 10 years! I used to do a lot of hiking, and Colorado is endlessly amazing. I loved all the different trails throughout the foothills, the Front Range and ranges beyond! Best wishes! There are lots of beautiful and tranquil places in those old mountains!

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      1. Yes, I love the mountains in CO. I’ve lived there 3 different times, 3 different towns and this time, I’m being drawn to the Basalt/Aspen/Glenwood Springs area. It will be interesting to see where I end up.

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