December beauty from San Diego River bridge.

Along the San Diego River leaves are turning bright yellow, then brown. It’s December.

A couple of mornings last week I was waiting for a bus at the Fashion Valley Transit Center. To pass the time, I walked the very short distance to the new Town and Country river park.

I gazed down at still water from the pedestrian bridge. Through willow leaves I saw carpets of green duckweed. Ducks were floating quietly on silver and gold reflections.

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!

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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.

4 thoughts on “December beauty from San Diego River bridge.”

  1. My daughter lives not too far from the San Diego River in Santee. I love walking down there and across the little bridge behind the neighborhoods. I have taken many a picture when visiting from Illinois!

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  2. Happy new year Richard! I used to work at Golden State and moved suddenly to Maryland. Didn’t have a chance to say goodbye but I always think of you fondly and  love keeping up with San Diego through your wonderful emails.  You are the best! Thanks! Tami

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    1. Hi Tami! Good to hear from you! I still go to Golden State and see Rob and the gang every week! I’m so glad you left a comment! Happy New Year to you, too, and I hope you are well! Keep on smiling!

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