Cool photo memories from December 2017.

Another year is flying by!

It just turned December, so it’s time to revisit selected blog posts from five years ago.

Back in December of 2017, I posted a wide variety of interesting photographs. There were holiday events, as one might suspect, plus other discoveries that my camera recorded around San Diego.

If you’re curious, click the upcoming links!

Here are links to past blog posts that you might enjoy…

Photos of 54th Annual North Park Toyland Parade!

Refugee students learn job skills at city farm!

A golden Christmas present on Broadway Pier.

Star of India’s magical holiday lights at night.

Boy Scouts improve Bennington Memorial Oak Grove.

Photos of Las Posadas Celebration in Old Town.

San Diego African American fine art exhibition.

Navajo Code Talkers at Marine aviation museum.

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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.

One thought on “Cool photo memories from December 2017.”

  1. Wonderful pictures. It’s fun to look back at previous years. I guess you take so many photos, probably more than you can use on your blog sometimes, and it must be nice to reflect on the places and people you’ve met.

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