This evening I was walking through Seaport Village beside beautiful San Diego Bay when the setting sun decided to put on quite a light show!
My home internet is being changed, so I probably won’t blog for a few days. This weekend I might simply relax and read.
Meanwhile, here are three cool photos that I took yesterday before sunset from the passenger deck of the steam ferry Berkeley at the Maritime Museum of San Diego!
Thank you to all of my readers! Enjoy the rest of your week! Take care!
You might enjoy these photos.
Before and after work, walking to trolley stations, I sought warmth in my light jacket against the cold winter wind.
Shivering, I looked up toward the sky.
Scudding clouds above were ignited by the sun. Their fire, like mirror magic, blazed to my right and then to my left.
Yesterday I went to Ocean Beach. My walk included a stretch along the water, to the OB Pier. It was late morning, right around high tide.
Huge, unrelenting surf resulting from a stormy Pacific Ocean was pounding like crazy and constantly threatening to break over the pier. So the pier was closed.
I took a few photos of the dynamic waves crashing under the pier.
Puffy clouds and a chilly wind this morning. Unsettled winter weather.
My eyes rose.
Above, dazzling effects of sunlight. Fantastic clouds were glowing white, like a beautiful, heavenly dream.
I took these photographs this evening.
San Diego Bay had quieted. A thin fog was hanging over Point Loma. A cruise ship was heading out.
A few walkers lingered by the water as daylight gradually faded.