Photos of real life in downtown San Diego.

Many poignant photos yesterday.

As I walked with my camera I tried to capture small scenes of real life. Some scenes evoked a sense of sadness, waiting, uncertainty; others contained glimmers of hope or subtle humor. In downtown San Diego thousands of lives mingle.

Mysteries around every corner.

Countless untold stories.

You might recognize that plaque.

Its exact origin was once was a mystery. But the plaque’s fascinating story was revealed here.

The Jessop’s clock fascinates many eyes.

After 125 years, Jessop’s jewelry store is closing. A chapter in San Diego’s history ends.

But the clock’s hands will will continue to mark time.

I live in downtown San Diego and love to walk around with my camera! You can follow Cool San Diego Sights via Facebook or Twitter!

To read a few stories I’ve written, click Short Stories by Richard.

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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.

2 thoughts on “Photos of real life in downtown San Diego.”

  1. Let me try and put my thoughts into words. I find your photos absolutely fascinating. Like the people you take your photos of. Everyone is the same but yet so different at the same time, doing their own things, being themselves. Just being…..being a human being? Where is he going with his dog? Why is that man sitting there? What is he thinking? What is he going to do next? What are they going through. Every body is the same yet so different at the same time….going on with their lives….being themselves….

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