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11/52 – Hospitals Reef, La Jolla

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11/52 – Hospitals Reef, La Jolla, California. Although I’m a born and raised San Diego native, I’ve never actually been to Hospitals Reef before (go figure). That’s one of the great things I love about my new found profession, passion and hobby. It takes me to places I’ve never been before! Hospitals Reef (also known as Hospital Beach) is located …

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10/52 – Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, Point Loma

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10/52 – Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery, Point Loma, California. I chose to shoot here at the last minute, as my plan was to capture the tidepools and lighthouse at the Cabrillo National Monument today (right next door to the cemetery), but unfortunately (or fortunately!), the overcast and fog really hindered my compositions there, so I visited the Fort Rosecrans National …

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09/52 – Scripps Pier, La Jolla

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09/52 – Scripps Pier, La Jolla, California. Built in 1988 and officially known as the Ellen Browning Scripps Memorial Pier, Scripps Pier in La Jolla is a fantastic place to capture some amazing and beautiful San Diego sunsets! One of the things I really like about shooting at Scripps Pier is that about 3-4 hundred yards north of La Jolla …

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08/52 – Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge, San Diego

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08/52 – Harbor Drive Pedestrian Bridge, San Diego, California. This amazing bridge located on Harbor Drive in the Gaslamp District of San Diego connects the San Diego Convention Center and East Village’s Ballpark District. Over 500 feet in length, it’s a self-anchored suspension bridge that provides some amazing views of Petco Park and the Convention Center. I’ve shot some fitness …

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07/52 – Myrtle Creek Botanical Gardens, Fallbrook

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07/52 – Myrtle Creek Botanical Gardens, Fallbrook, California. Located in northern San Diego, Myrtle Creek Botanical Gardens offers a beautiful, outdoor setting with some gorgeous rustic scenery for individual portraits, family and newborn shoots alike. A fully functioning nursery, they also have a quaint cafe and offer small event hosting, including parties and weddings. Even though it’s a bit of …

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06/52 – San Elijo Lagoon, Encinitas

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06/52 – San Elijo Lagoon, Encinitas, California. If you’re looking to capture some beautiful nature shots, the San Elijo Lagoon Ecological Reserve and Nature Center is a must visit! Located off Manchester Avenue, it’s just east of the coast line and offers a short little walking hike around some beautiful, protected lagoon scenery. I’ve done fitness lifestyle and engagement shoots …

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05/52 – Old Poway Park, Poway

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05/52 – Old Poway Park, Poway, California. By far, Old Poway Park is defnitely one of my favorite places to capture some amazing portraits of my clients. I’ve photographed graduations, engagements, maternity, family portraits and even fashion promo shoots all throughout the Old Poway Park, and I never leave disappointed! This scenic throwback to the early 20th Century California combines …

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04/52 – Presidio Park, San Diego

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04/52 – Presiio Park, San Diego, California. A National Historical Landmark, Presidio Park (or San Diego Presidio) is located right next door to Old Town San Diego State Historic Park, and is home to the Junipero Serra Museum. It offers a wide range of history and beauty, very similar in nature to San Diego’s Balboa Park, but without all the …