Cool photo memories from June 2015.

To say the least, the year 2020 has been eventful. The coronavirus pandemic, economic disruption, an election year, widespread protests and even riots. During such times, it’s easy to understand we are all living inside history.

The events of five years ago are also part of human history, even if those days in retrospect seem less troubled, less chaotic.

Well, the world continues to turn and it’s time once again to revisit a few Cool San Diego Sights memories. These are from June 2015.

The big centennial of Balboa Park was underway, of course, and Comic-Con was fast approaching . . . plus there were many other happy celebrations of life in San Diego.

To revisit memories from five years ago, click the following links:

Philippine American Celebration in Balboa Park!

Young and old dream at Centennial Railway Garden.

Photos of San Diego library’s Art of Comic-Con exhibit!

Artists paint live Flamenco dancing in Spanish Village!

Painting the 1915 Centennial Mural in Balboa Park.

Fun photos of Make Music Day San Diego!

Cool photos of fun, funky Ocean Beach Street Fair!

This blog now features thousands of photos around San Diego! Are you curious? There’s lots of cool stuff to check out!

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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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