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Saturday, October 2, 2010

Foggy San Diego Morning

You don't get such a sky here often, however, on Wednesday night we had in fact a thunderstorm - which is pretty weird. The morning after I had to drop my family to the airport which led to the rare event of me seeing the sun rise.

Now in case this picture confuses you, let me tell you that San Diego is full of little hills with nice homes spread all over the landscape. It allows you to photograph the city in many interesting perspectives. All you need to know is where to go. This one was taken from Mount Soledad.

San Diego Photo Tour?
Because San Diego has so much beauty and so many facets, I'm thinking of offering a photo tour across the city showing you some exciting spots. That would basically be a free event for photographers of all levels to enjoy and photograph the city together. I'm just not sure if anybody who is up for it is reading this. Let me know if you are interested.


Anonymous said...

Yes, I would surely be in for that. I'm a novice but in learning mode right now. Mount Soledad is one of my favorite places around San Diego. Shoot me an email if you ever end up giving a tour: nielsenfields[at]yahoo.com. Also would love to just be able to pick your brain about photography.

Oliver said...

I'm thinking of the weekend after this one. Seems like we will be a nice group.

Karin said...

This definitely is confusing; it seems to be surreal, somehow otherworldly. I love it. :)

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