This morning I walked along the Embarcadero, from Broadway Pier to Tuna Harbor.
My camera captured some of the usual beauty, plus a few unusual images!
Today I sat on a bench waiting for a trolley at the City College station. This unique trolley station is located in the middle of a two tower condo building called Smart Corner.
Suddenly I had to yawn deeply. I tilted my head way back. Above me, the complex pattern of windows, jagged shadows and reflections appeared unreal!
Right then I knew I had to take a few photos.
Here I am, looking “skyward” while sitting inside Smart Corner!
I enjoyed a slow, easy walk down Sixth Avenue around noontime today. As a rule, the quietest day in downtown is Sunday, but there’s still plenty in the city to discover.
If you’re familiar with San Diego, you might recognize some of the locations in these photos!
Sunlight gradually streamed into downtown early this morning. Like clear water, light rose in the long channels of glass and steel.
I wandered for a few minutes around Broadway, near Pacific Highway and Harbor Drive.
Early this morning I walked from Cortez Hill down to San Diego Bay. I spent a few quiet minutes between the Maritime Museum of San Diego and the Grape Street Pier.
The sun was very bright. It wasn’t long before I noticed wavy reflections of ships on the water!
Without reading the photo captions, can you identify each ship by its mysterious reflection?
Balboa Park is magical at any time, but as nightfall approaches, and the last rays of golden sunlight touch buildings and trees, the magic flames, becomes even more powerful.
I got off work early today and used the extra bit of daylight to walk about the park and take photographs.
These are the best…
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Walking through downtown San Diego on a bright, sunny day is like navigating through a maze of shining dreams.
Eyes are dazzled by the city’s magic.
Visions rise at every turn.