Blacks Beach, or more accurately, South Torrey Pines State Beach, is one of the few stretches of coast in San Diego County where one can escape the always-present views of development along the coast – hiking down the path from the Glider Port, the fences soon disappear, and if it weren’t for other human beings and the occasional lifeguard truck, it would be a glimpse into what San Diego County’s coastline must have looked like 150-200 years ago.
During our September evening walk there actually was a light drizzle and the sun remained hidden until the very last moments before sunset. The light was quite spectacular and everything was bathed in warm, first golden and then orange-red hues. Irresistible. :-)
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