Beacons Beach Encinitas I’ve lived my entire life in San Diego, more specifically, North County. With this, I have developed a strong connection to the ocean. Whether it’s surfing, spearfishing, or diving, when the water is warm, there is no place I’d rather be. I am particularly fond of the beach from “Table Tops” in […]
San Elijo State Beach low tide Big winter swells left the reefs swept clean around San Diego. With negative low tides as the swell dissipated, the water receded to almost where you would sit in the lineup.
There is an art to navigation in an environment such as San Diego. Not so much as it is difficult setting to find your way. But moments of peace are precious.. I’ve had the key, if only I could find the lock. focus 50mm f1.8 NIKKOR My favorite photos Not my favorite .. if you […]
Surf Definitely wasn’t “pumping” surf by any means. But the weather has been nice and there is a little bit of south west swell energy in the water. A week’s worth of wind swell has dropped ocean temperatures in San Diego. The lifeguard sign is claiming 70 degrees but I would put money on it […]
Interesting times we are currently living. To all those being negatively affected I am truly sorry. Today walking through wet empty streets, it was like a movie set of the city where I’ve spent my life.. Encinitas is to me I learned how to surf at moonlight beach. I had a 1970’s 5’9″ Sunset surfboard. […]
Social distancing, quarantine, Coronavirus, COVID-19 Four things new to our vocabulary and four things that have become part of our lives as of late. With initial news stories of people fighting over toilet paper, reacting to fear of the unknown. When I looked around our communities in North County I didn’t see this hustility. I […]