Boats, a pier, clutter, humor and life.

A Disney princess has been captured in a large fishing net on the Tuna Harbor pier.
A Disney princess has been captured in a large fishing net on the Tuna Harbor pier.

If you love a sunlit clutter of colorful surprises, Tuna Harbor’s G Street Pier is the perfect spot.

Curious eyes during a slow walk are sure to discover many wonders. Small humorous wonders that produce small smiles.

Enjoy a few photos.

Fishermen bike to their boat. Tuna Harbor is full of visual delights, odd clutter, humor and life.
Fishermen bike to their boat. Tuna Harbor is full of visual delights, odd clutter, humor and life.
Floats with spear-like poles rise into the sky above downtown San Diego skyscrapers.
Floats with spear-like poles rise into the sky above downtown San Diego skyscrapers.
A heron has taken sole possession of this boat in Tuna Harbor.
A heron has taken sole possession of this boat in Tuna Harbor.
Fish won't be caught in here for long.
Fish won’t be caught in here for long.
A colorful fishing boat in Tuna Harbor. Sun, sweat, grit and real life. The source of your elegant dinner.
An untidy fishing boat in Tuna Harbor. Sun, sweat, grit and real life. The source of your elegant dinner.
Truth is, the Sea Nag likes to keep things cool.
Truth is, the Sea Nag likes to keep things cool.
An indifferent gull.
An indifferent gull.
This live bait boat resembles an auto tire store.
This live bait boat resembles an auto tire store.
That's a very large houseboat. A small bird builds a nest in an odd place.
Who doesn’t love a houseboat? A small bird builds a nest in an odd place.

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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.

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