Seeing this sign at Dana Point Harbor reminded me of the extinction of a #surfing era known as Killer Dana. It happened in 1966 when the first boulder of the breakwater was dropped. It was completed in 1971.
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The La Quinta Resort & Club is a historic resort in La Quinta, California.
Designed by Gordon Kaufmann and built by Walter H. Morgan, the hotel opened in 1926 as a desert getaway.
I don’t drink very often, but when I do…
Tom Bergen is the iconic Los Angeles Irish Pub on Fairfax since 1936.
It’s October and another warm and sunny summer-like day in Southern California, where larger-than-normal crowds are expected at the beach.
Photographed on October 5, 2019 from the Huntington Beach Pier looking south towards Newport Beach.
Roy’s Motel & Cafe in Amboy, CA opened as a gas station in 1938 along Route 66 and thrived until Interstate 40 opened and diverted traffic off the historic route in 1972
I made this shot a few months before the iconic monument sign was restored and re-lit last month.
One of the most spectacular sights I saw this year was the annual MCAS Miramar Air Show in San Diego. In its 64th year, the event covers three days of aerial displays, including the Blue Angels pictured here. If we weren’t looking up at the skies, we toured static displays of dozens of vintage and modern aircraft from military, firefighting, search & rescue, law enforcement, as well as special interest private aviation.
It’s not easy getting a decent picture of screaming jets flying past at nearly 400 mph (640 km/h)!
This was our first trip to see the show and loved it. We’ll be back next year!
A little holiday cheer from Palm Springs. (P.S. Thank you Katy.)