Cool photo memories from August 2016.

The dog days of summer are here!

Looking back at Cool San Diego Sights five years ago, it appears there was a stretch when I was taking it easy. I attended few events that August, unlike the month before, when San Diego hosted both the Major League Baseball All-Star Game and Comic-Con.

How different from my very busy summer this year! Right now I’ve got so many photos waiting on my computer that I hardly know what to post next!

This evening I enjoyed a twilight concert in Balboa Park featuring Marine Band San Diego. They were amazing. Standing ovation. Two encores. But I gave my camera a rest. I just wanted to listen.

So as I begin to prepare my next batch of photos, which were taken during a walk in Carlsbad a few weekends ago, please enjoy the upcoming few blog posts from August 2016.

(If you’d like to learn about the early history of San Diego, click the link concerning the McCoy House in Old Town!)

Click the following links to see many photos!

Signs in San Diego contain quotes from modern artists.

A mighty Poetic Expeditionary Nation of Semanticists!

San Diego history in Old Town’s McCoy House.

A colorful morning walk through Little Italy.

Taking flight at the Torrey Pines Gliderport!

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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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