This is Southern California

As of this post on March 15, 2013, I have spent more time in Southern California than anywhere else in the past 2 years. While since March, 2011 I have driven across the country twice, been to Scotland, and spent lots of time in New York and the east coast, I have spent approximately 13 or 14 months in Southern California. It never ceases to amaze me in its diversity. I guess that’s why the movie industry is here – so much to see within a few hours…not just beaches (but they have them too)

This may be my last website post before driving back to New York, so here are some photos from around Southern California that are pretty diverse:

This is Southern California

Border patrol near the Mexican border on Shockey Truck Trail in Campo

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Near CA-94 in Jamul, California

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Point Vicente Lighthouse in Ranchos Palos Verdes

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There’s squirrels in SoCal? In Grant Park, which contains the Le Brea Tar Pits

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Hermosa Beach – that’s all I can say about that!

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Fred Hesse Junior Community Park in Ranchos Palos Verdes

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Clear Evening in Redondo Beach looking towards the Santa Monica Mountains

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Again, I love this foot bridge in La Jolla

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Port of Los Angeles – there’s even a guy in the car reading the newspaper

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Outside Tony’s On the Pier (Redondo Beach Pier)

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Back to the beach cities

I returned to the Beach Cities of Los Angeles County, or ” The South Bay” for the first time since March, saw some friends, took some pictures, and remembered how much I liked it there.  I found myself drawn to spending all of my time there in Redondo Beach, save for a Halloween pary in Hermosa Beach.   I could see myself living there for a long time some day…but I have much traveling and wandering to do before then!

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Quiet Sunday night at the Redondo Beach Pier

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I went to the beach at Redondo Beach under a massive cover of fog but got this shot as the fog left

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Near the Redondo Beach Pier – I have always enjoyed the rustic beauty of the style of things, right by the beach

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Game Over

I need to continue to give credit to www.meetup.com for facilitating a great group of people playing volleyball in Redondo Beach, California. I can’t thank my volleyball friends enough for how much fun we had on my last Sunday at the beach for a while, eating fried chicken and various other picnic stuff, relaxing, and playing until sunset. The sunset was beautiful, as should be no shock, and I looked down and saw the volleyball sitting there by itself on the sand, and quickly set up this shot. I hope you enjoy it. In the meantime, I’m heading across the country to New York for a while, starting soon!

You can see more photos from the South Bay of Los Angeles County by clicking here.

Game Over

Avenue G in Redondo Beach

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Avenue G

The path to the beach at the end of Avenue G in Redondo Beach holds a special place in my heart, as it is what I take to get to my volleyball games a couple times a week. I’ve met lots of nice people there and it’s a place I can always count on for a fun, relaxing time. The night I shot this was not one of my volleyball nights, so the nets are empty, but it still felt right.

You can see more photos from the South Bay of Los Angeles County by clicking here.

Avenue G

In a way, this is my back yard

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Palos Verdes

A few miles down the coast from where I live in Hermosa Beach is a peninsula that is collectively known as Palos Verdes. From what I understand, there are a couple municipalities, namely Palos Verdes Estates and Ranchos Palos Verdes. Quite honestly, when I’m there, I usually do not know which municipality I am in. One thing I do know though is that it’s a beautiful area with lots of rocky cliffs, views of the ocean, and views up the coast. It’s become one of my favorite places to explore in the greater Los Angeles area. Here are a few of my more recent photos from Palos Verdes.

Palos Verdes

From inside a sea cave near Terranea resort

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Also from around Terranea...with Catalina Island in the distance

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View towards the South Bay with Los Angeles and the mountains in the distance

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We are not in Avalon anymore

I moved to Southern California about 6 months before posting this, and until a few weeks ago, taking a trip to Catalina Island never really piqued my interest. Most people I had mentioned Catalina Island to said things like “Oh it’s just a little tourist town. There’s not much to see.” and “You probably wouldn’t have much fun there.” It’s no stretch to assume that they were talking about Avalon, the population center and main tourist draw of Catalina Island. You may even be familiar with photos of the harbor there, which you can see in someone else’s photo at here.

Every once in a while I’d see Catalina off in the distance, and see how big and mountainous it was but it wasn’t until I heard an ad for a free boat ride to Catalina Island for your birthday that I decided to look into it more. Through a bit of Googling, I learned two interesting things. One was that you could hike and camp on the “interior” of the island. The other was that you didn’t even have to take a boat to Avalon. In fact you could get off the boat at Two Harbors, which is a tiny village consisting of well, 2 harbors, 1 store, 1 restaurant / bar, and a couple places to rent recreational equipment.

So, on my birthday morning I took the boat to Two Harbors, and, for the first time about 13 years, hiked with a tent and sleeping bag on my back, and set up camp at Little Harbor, miles from civilization. The weather was either overcast or downright foggy most of the time, so the photo opportunities weren’t great, but it was very interesting, and I saw the Catalina Island that not many people know about.

On the hike back I really took it slow, keeping in mind that I’d probably never be there again. But I won’t forget it any time soon.

We are not in Avalon anymore

Not sure what the chain under the pier in Two Harbors is for

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We are not in Avalon anymore

As the fog cleared, the view of the ocean from the Trans Catalina Trail became apparent

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We are not in Avalon anymore

The Trans Catalina Trail is lined with broken down and collapsed fences

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We are not in Avalon anymore

Even with the gray skies the rocky cove in Little Harbor was fascinating

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We are not in Avalon anymore

I spent some peaceful time alone at night overlooking the same cove at Little Harbor

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We are not in Avalon anymore

How this International Harvester wagon got next to the hiking trail is beyond me

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We are not in Avalon anymore

I kicked my shoes off and laid on a bench when I got back to Two Harbors - and this was my view

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The Ocean Meets the Sky

I have to remind myself not to take the sunsets in my neighborhood for granted – the high tourist season, which is coming to an end, made me always remember, because as the sun goes down, the cell phone cameras come out in droves! And if it’s a really nice sunset and I don’t have my SLR with me, I have a minor panic attack. It’s amazing to me how different the beauty in each sunset can be though. No two really seem to be alike. I have captured some more of them in this post, and hope to continue to do so for as long as I live here.

The Ocean Meets the Sky

South Redondo Beach - with Ranchos Palos Verdes on the hill

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The Ocean Meets the Sky

The sky over the ocean during a particularly beautiful sunset

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Just another sunset over the Pacific Ocean...shot from Ranchos Palos Verdes

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Edge of the Earth

As my mother recently noted, “It’s a special feeling to be at the ocean, and being at the ‘edge’ of the earth.” Some of the best times to get that feeling are when there aren’t many people around, which was the case when I shot each of these 4 photos (all shot on different days). While Hermosa Beach gets a lot of people on sunny days (read: most days), my favorite time to hit the the beach is when the people have dispersed, and there’s a feeling of peace. All of these photos still bring me that peace when I look at them.

Edge of the Earth

Birds get their last bit of sun for the day

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All shut down for the night

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Watching the ebb and flow of the tide as the sun descends

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Super closeup shot of the sand on the beach

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Where I Live (At least for now!)

One of the challenges of moving to a new place is to figure out all of the terminology of the different parts of the area. Let me see if I can get this straight…right at the moment, I live in Hermosa Beach, California, which along with Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach make up the “Beach Cities”, which are a small section of the South Bay area, which is a region of Greater Los Angeles. The city of Los Angeles is just part of the county of Los Angeles, and even places in Orange County are considered Greater Los Angeles? Whew, yeah, I think I got it.

Right when I arrived in the area I got a shot of Redondo Beach you can see by clicking here, then I got some photos and a video of Manhattan Beach that you can see by clicking here.   I was happy with these photos, but I still felt 2 things were missing.  1 was obvious in that I didn’t have a photo of the actual town I live in.  The 2nd was, I didn’t feel like I had really captured the real essence of the area.  On any halfway decent day, if you walk or ride a bike (or rollerblade!) down “The Strand” which goes along the beach in Hermosa, you will see all sorts of people playing volleyball, from casual amateurs, to professional teams practicing.  They actually play professional tournaments there.  It’s an integral part of the culture.   The night I shot this photo, the sunset was particularly beautiful, and there was a certain calm over the beach that was really a pleasure to take in.   The beach was empty by this point, and there were people quietly mulling around, just enjoying a nice evening in a peaceful area.   The laid back Southern California attitude seems to be real, and so far, I’m enjoying it.

Where I Live (At least for now!)

Hermosa Beach, near where 1st Street meets the strand

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