Another morning and this time, it’s sunny! Very unusual when you live by the coast, which makes this day feel all the more like a treasure. If you ask me, nature’s colors seem all the more vivid, and more alive thanks to the bright and welcoming sunshine! (To all of you enduring extremely hot temperatures, I don’t mean to brag about our temperate, breezy weather. Tee-hee!)
How gorgeous and inviting the Pacific Ocean looks on this sunny and cheery morning.
These two seem to be engrossed in conversation. What are they talking about?
This dad seems to be helping his daughter make an ant hill. It’s been said that San Diego was built on an ant hill.
Walking around the neighborhood, I love encountering interesting front doors, like this one. I can’t help but wonder, what’s on the other side?
Here’s another door that caught my eye. It’s the bougainvillaea that did it. Dare I go in?
A big part of this neighborhood is the local, and very popular, Del Mar Race track. Horse racing begins in mid-July, and goes through early September. This restaurant’s door is an elegant nod to the sport of horse racing.
The dense and unusual-looking foliage caught my eye. Seems like a perfect home for a Hobbit.
La Entrada: And one more door. This one needs to “remind” you, albeit in Spanish, what it’s for.