Here’s a quick follow-up to yesterday’s post, where I mentioned the various sequences that I photographed: you guessed it, this is one of them! At 8:30 in the morning, the waves were fully lit by the sun, and I love how the wave’s white top reflects on it itself!
La Jolla is a coastal town in San Diego County, south of Del Mar/Torrey Pines and north of Pacific Beach. It is famous for its wildlife, beaches and general coastal features.
Big Surf at High Tide in La Jolla
You may have heard and seen the news about an (ongoing) series of storms that continue to pound California. Here in San Diego, we have been lucky: we got the beneficial rains, which felt not out of the ordinary for our wet season, and have been spared the heavy rain and incredible winds that caused much damage and even deaths in Northern California.
Mid-Autumn Dawn at Hospital Point
With remnants of tropical storm Kay still being “active” in our area, I decided to switch our photo club’s monthly activity and we went to the tide pools of Hospital Point in La Jolla, Sunday morning*. I was hoping that Kay’s clouds would take on nice color at sunrise, but unfortunately, that plan was spoiled by smoke, which had drifted out over the ocean from the Fairview fire, which was burning near Hemet, in Riverside County.
Playful Sea Lions at La Jolla Cove
Photos from a morning visit to La Jolla Cove, where playful California Sea Lions jumped, dove and swam in the waves.
Rising Tide at Hospital Point
Last Saturday, I went to La Jolla with my photo club, for dawn photos at the tide pools of Hospital Point — and the conditions were quite challenging!