Cool photo memories from July 2015.

San Diego had an “ordinary” summer five years ago. There was no coronavirus pandemic to shut public events down. So, you might ask, what was going on in San Diego back in July 2015?

Well, for one thing, Comic-Con. And I took loads of photos!

But there were other unique San Diego events, too. By clicking the following links, you’ll notice I brought my camera to the Sun and Sea Festival in Imperial Beach, the Festival of the Bells at the historic Mission San Diego de Alcalá, and the Supergirl Pro surfing competition at the Oceanside Pier. I also by pure luck met a world-renowned artist while walking along the Embarcadero!

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

Some cool photos from Comic-Con Preview Night.

Cool cosplay and fun outside San Diego Comic-Con.

Super cool awesome cosplay at San Diego Comic-Con!

Insane Comic-Con: crowds, hype, fun and firemen!

Photos of cool sand sculptures at Sun and Sea Festival!

Celebrating San Diego history at Festival of the Bells.

Rivelino’s Our Silences sculptures head to San Francisco.

Fun, sun and extreme sports action at Supergirl Pro!

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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