High Tide

In San Diego, California

The tidal flow (storm surge?) of the Pacific Ocean temporarily lays waste to the sandy beach along the rocky cliffs of Torrey Pines State Beach. This was a couple days after Christmas Day 2022. We went to take a relaxing walk on the beach but Mother Nature had other plans for us. I’ll have to go back and take a shot that shows what the beach “normally” looks like at this spot.

Even though it was more gray, more windy, and more cold than we hoped we’d get for a SoCal beach stroll, the few shots I took still turned out pretty good. And it wasn’t snowing or freezing cold for dead of winter.

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