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La Jolla in San Diego, California

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    • The Kayak? There’s a lot more to explore when you do kayaking in La Jolla. My featured blog did a recent post about kayaking in La Jolla. I couldn’t do it. Not much people I was with. 😦

      • Actually, what caught my eye were the rocks in the forefront of the photo. But really, all of the pictures are lovely. I think I would hesitate to kayak down the river myself. Although, I wouldn’t mind paddling it around in calm waters.

    • From a true photographer like you, big thanks. I actually changed the brightness of my camera to make the rays stand-out. It came out too dark, but very presentable.

  1. Although it seems a little cramped compared to our beaches here in the Philippines (ang yabang ko, hahaha!), that looks like a nice place to walk around in. 🙂

    • Yes, it is crowded. People in the way too. Hehe. It’s okay, challenge for taking pictures. And there are many points anyway and it stretches far.

      Punta ko Pinas next month!

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