Back to sharing skylines I go which leads me back to the A Million Skyline Looks series.
The latest edition comes from Southern California and a city known for its mild climate all year long, beautiful San Diego.
Downtown scene from the San Diego–Coronado Bridge.
I was excited to get a first taste of what San Diego has to offer. Most of my shots are from Coronado Island and along San Diego Bay as well as from random spots on the interstate. Always have that camera ready in the car, especially if you are a passenger! Palm trees make me happy so a lot of the skyline views made me smile even more. Well without further ado.
Beautiful Downtown San Diego from northbound I-5.
Skyline straight ahead, opposite San Diego Bay.
Heading onto I-5 northbound. San Diego, California front-and-center.
Palms trees guarding the skyline in Tidelands Park on Coronado Island.
San Diego, California cityscape straight ahead!
Who is ready to set sail in Downtown San Diego, California?!
What a harbor and city view these palm trees get to experience every day. Looking southward.
Capturing the San Diego skyline and palm trees every chance I get.
Heading off California State Route 75 and the San Diego-Coronado Bridge into town.
Looking straight down Harbor Drive from up-top the San Diego–Coronado Bridge.
Always have that camera ready as a passenger. You never know when a skyline will present itself.
Skyline peaking through the window upon descent into San Diego International Airport.
Coronado Island greenery amongst the San Diego, California cityscape.
Out on the open Tidelands Park trail.
Just a typical clear, warm day in San Diego from Coronado Island.
Out on the open road capturing the San Diego skyline amongst palm trees.
What other spots would you recommend capturing the San Diego skyline from?