Checking out the surf after yesterdays storm. The waves at Torrey Pines were closing out but the off shore wind made them look nice. I went down to La Jolla to check out waves there and the surf was much better. Lots of waves so surfers were getting a lot of wave time. Sets were 6 to 7 feet. There was a good peak south of the Scripps pier. Saw several broken boards which is sad. The Harbor seal were hauled up on the beach at the Children’s pool waiting to become shark food.
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Newfoundland, is a large Canadian island off the east coast of the North American mainland, and the most populous part of the Canadian province of Newfoundland and Labrador. The province's official name was also "Newfoundland" until 2001, when its name was changed to "Newfoundland and Labrador". The population is...
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Mike Uriell and Dave King and I went to the OERM this morning to look around and take a few images and see if the museum is fit to have a photo class there.
I think it would work for a small number of students, no more that 4 at...
4am LOW TIDE ADVENTURE
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For two mornings I awoke early to get the lowest tides of the month and photograph the Scripps Pier in La Jolla and the Ocean Beach Pier in Ocean Beach. The first trip to Scripps Pier my Son Ryan went along and did his own photography with another 6D Canon...
THE EMERALD ISLE
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Just returned from a two week trip to Ireland known as the Emerald Isle. Drove around the perimeter of the island, 1700 miles, on windy roads 1.5 cars wide bordered by rock walls covers with growth. The first 10 days were sunny. An unusual circumstance for Ireland. When the...
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