An image of the road that leads you down to the cove, once you make the turn at the bottom of the hill I’m sure you’ll experience a “wow” moment as the scene is just gorgeous
A colorful sunset around Scripps Pier at La Jolla Shores.
University Town Center which is the part of La Jolla that is just east of Interstate-5. As far as the postal office is concerned, it is considered La Jolla but for people that live west of the I-5 they like to refer to it as UTC (University Town Center) and not part of La Jolla! On the right, is one of San Diego’s most popular landmarks: the church of latter day saints. This is a different view of La Jolla/UTC at night from Mt. Soledad that I took a while back.
Yesterday we had a surprisingly low tide at Windansea beach in La Jolla. If you look closely you’ll notice that there are 3 people looking for something under the rocks, I watched them for a while and they kept on moving buckets from one location to the other! The ocean looked like it was another planet with all the rocks at the shore, I decided to give it a bit of a grungy look by using one of the onOne grunge filters from the Perfect Effects 4 filter which I highly recommend.
I spent this past Saturday hanging out with old friends in Laguna Beach, it was overcast for most of the day but it was warm enough to hit the beach for some. This a view of of South Laguna Beach were the majority is accessible via hotels, resorts and some residential properties.
As part of the Scripps Development this one is the Seaside forum & venue rentals office. Not sure why but every time I walk by this building I think of France! For the architecture scholars out there, is this considered french architecture? or just my imagination?