San Diego II – Tea and the Gang

San Diego II

#teawithaview

Today we head back for another look around San Diego, California where talented bayparkboy takes us around his home city.

In my life, I’ve been fortunate enough to see many of the amazing wonders this world has to offer, both in the United States and abroad, but at the end of the day am both blessed and proud to  have been born and raised in San Diego, California.  We have the moniker “America’s Finest City” and, without question, it couldn’t be more appropriate.  We have 70 miles of beautiful and diverse coastline, from pristine sandy beaches to rocky reefs, and literally everything in between.  Our high AND low temperature tends to hover around 69*F, which, if you ask this beach bum, is pretty much perfect.

Ever since I started taking pictures, I have tried to capture the beauty of my fine city. I can tell you from personal experience that its not hard to find at all.  I’m always out exploring the various beaches and lagoons throughout the city and surrounding areas as well as the epic city scapes and hidden bando treasure scattered thought this diverse area.  Hope you enjoy my city!

What is your favourite place to have a cup of tea? #teawithaview

My favorite place to enjoy a cup of tea would have to be at Windansea Beach catching an epic winter sunset.

Hospitals break is one of the best spots in San Diego for tide pools and great reflections.

The beautiful Geisel Library at the University of California San Diego in honor of Dr. Seuss.

The iconic Ellen Browning Scripps Pier.

Epic winter sunset at Hospitals Break.

The Coaster makes a trek to downtown along this beautiful corridor in Torrey Pines.

More scenery from Windansea.

Some of the beach scenery at my favorite spot, Windansea.

Feature Image Caption: The Botanical Gardens at Balboa Park, just outside of Downtown San Diego and adjacent to the world famous San Diego Zoo.

All content and photos are copyrighted and credited to bayparkboy