Cool photo memories from March 2017.

World events lately have been very depressing. Perhaps it’s good, at least for a few moments, to remember that life can also be fun, interesting, and optimistic.

Five years ago my walks around San Diego resulted in hundreds of lively photographs.

Back in March of 2117 there was a hike to the top of Cowles Mountain, several fascinating museum visits, more discoveries of cool street art, and good times at the International Mariachi Festival and the World Baseball Classic!

Cool San Diego Sights also went behind the scenes at several city landmarks during the San Diego Architectural Foundation’s annual OPEN HOUSE event.

Click the following links to see lots of photographs!

Views of San Diego from a hike up Cowles Mountain.

Photos of Donal Hord’s iconic sculpture Aztec.

Photos of aircraft restoration aboard USS Midway.

San Diego Air and Space Museum’s PT-22 hits the road!

Two observation windows high above San Diego!

Print Culture exhibit at San Diego Central Library.

Colorful (and funny) street art in Pacific Beach!

Cool street art in a Mission Beach alley!

Dance, music, fun at International Mariachi Festival!

Fun pics from World Baseball Classic in San Diego!

Photos behind the scenes at Copley Symphony Hall!

Art and history at the SDSU Downtown Gallery.

Colorful stained glass windows of The Abbey.

Elegant interior of the historic U.S. Grant Hotel.

Red Bull Air Race plane flies above San Diego!

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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