Today is the Winter Solstice. The shortest day and longest night. The first day of winter.
I’ve taken many winter photographs around San Diego over the years. My camera has captured wild storms and their aftermath, high winds and crashing waves, snow in the mountains, umbrellas in the city, and the unique beauty of winter in nature.
Would you like to see some of these photos? Click the upcoming links and you’ll be transported back in time…
Click the following links to explore past winters…
Winter beauty by the San Diego River.
Snowing in Balboa Park?
A hike in Tecolote Canyon near Genesee.
Walking through Little Italy in morning rain.
Photos of high winds downtown.
Balboa Park’s magical winter garden.
A city reflected from puddles.
Early winter and three Santee bridges.
Snow and winter beauty at Cuyamaca.
Boats destroyed by El Nino winds in San Diego.
Los Peñasquitos Lagoon between winter storms.
Glimpses of nature’s beauty after a storm.
Storm brings huge surf to Ocean Beach Pier.
Morning rain and umbrellas downtown.
Photos of San Diego River, after three storms.
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