La Jolla, San Diego, California by danapommet ()
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La Jolla is an affluent neighborhood in San Diego, California. It is a hilly seaside community, occupying 7 miles of curving coastline along the Pacific Ocean within the northern city limits of San Diego. Excellent dining and views of the Pacific Ocean. This area has suffered from the pounding surf and erosion. Info from Wikipedia. Photo taken 35 to 40 years ago and scanned. It will zoom.
Thanks for stopping by, taking a look and for all your previous favs and comments.
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Image Comments (23)
Faemike55 () 3:20AM | Mon, 10 August 2015
Great capture Dana. I expect that the little green building is no longer there. Very cool
RodS () 3:34AM | Mon, 10 August 2015
A really neat shot of this seaside place, Dana. I wonder what it looks like now.. It's fun going back to those old photos, isn't it? Lots of memories to relive..
jocko500 () 3:51AM | Mon, 10 August 2015
bet you wish to go back to the same area and look at how much it change.
mtdana () 4:36AM | Mon, 10 August 2015
Great view from the past!!! - I wonder how much the buffs has eroded.
giulband () 4:55AM | Mon, 10 August 2015
Wonderful place I should like to be there now. Very well taken and composed photo !
Richardphotos () Online Now! 5:32AM | Mon, 10 August 2015
a former doctor client of mine had a beach house there and they kept their thoroughbred horses there also. their house here locally was huge and I replaced so much wood beams 2x12's. everyone was custom cut. not one was a standard size from the lumberyard. the wood work took me one week alone and I painted the entire exterior and parts of the interior. they had a big lake house in East Texas. I went once there to do a bid, but I told her it was too far to drive great capture
durleybeachbum () 5:41AM | Mon, 10 August 2015
Our cliffs in Bournemouth are made of the same stuff, but the promenade acts as a defence. Very interesting insects nest in the cliff face! Careful planting has helped to stabilise the surface
Katraz () 6:07AM | Mon, 10 August 2015
Quit a few places in the UK are like this, looks like a few good storms will have seen the end of that hut.
jayfar () 10:03AM | Mon, 10 August 2015
I bet it all looks totally different now Dana. Looks nice here.
jendellas () 11:18AM | Mon, 10 August 2015
Interesting, we have a sea wall built to save the promenade from the sea. xx
caty77 () 4:52PM | Mon, 10 August 2015
Always the nature changes of face. And here at least, no tourist in mass ^^ Have a good monday!
SunriseGirl () 6:51PM | Tue, 11 August 2015
What fun to find and scan the old photos. I visited the beach at La jolla once when I was about 14. I still have found memories of that beautiful sunny day on the gorgeous beach.
wysiwig () 3:48AM | Fri, 14 August 2015
Nice capture. Its been 37 years since I was there. I can still remember how clear the water was.
K_T_Ong () 8:58PM | Mon, 14 September 2015
Is that a little pool over there? I'd love to wade in it! :)
junge1 () 7:23AM | Tue, 22 December 2015
Just north of La Jolla is Torrey Pines and below Torrey Piney is Black Beach. In the the 70s it was a nudist beach and we used to go there often. There were thousands of people there every weekend. But then in the 80s the City was trying to close the beach to nudists. it was difficult to get to. One had to climb the steep, unstable cliffs.