This evening before sunset I arrived at Embarcadero Marina Park South.
I walked out on the pier and watched the patient fishermen. San Diego Bay was glowing, peaceful.
I watched a Dole container ship loading at the 10th Avenue Marine Terminal, then gazed at luxurious yachts docked behind the Convention Center.
As I walked along I spotted a heron behind Joe’s Crab Shack. Then I circled back to the walkway that leads to the newly finished Rady Shell at Jacobs Park, where the San Diego Symphony will be performing this summer. Welcoming banners are now up.
For a few minutes I watched guys playing hoops on the public basketball courts.
The sun finally began setting behind boats in the Marriott Marina.
I headed home.