March 26, 2015

Point Vicente Sunset

When we were in California, we went to Point Vicente to see the sun go down over the Pacific Ocean. It was a lovely place to stroll, especially considering that winter was still chilling our home back in Virginia. We've been here a couple of times before; see all our Point Vicente posts.


"Do Not Climb On Or Over Railing
Don't Even Think About It"


Sharing with Signs, Signs and  Good Fences


20 comments:

  1. lovely shots! i like that warning. :)

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  2. Great shots, beautiful sunset

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  3. Wow! Some amazing photos of your trip! Lovely! And the perfect fence sign....don't even think about it! :-)

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  4. California is beautiful. I have a trip planed there later this year. And your images really do wet my appetite for the journey.

    Mersad
    Mersad Donko Photography

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  5. Thanks for sharing this beautiful sunset (and park) with us.

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  6. Neat Pete! Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  7. Your last two photos are incredible!

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  8. Heading south in 3 weeks. Must say, after the winter... we deserve a break. Hope it's well into the 80s.

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  9. "Don't even think about it." Very appropriate!

    Beautiful shots.

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  10. Lovely captures from your trip! The last sunset shot is gorgeous.. Happy weekend!

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  11. We need some "Don't even think about it" around here. A good one for sure.
    I do like the shadows against the sunset in the first picture with the pretty flowers.

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  12. I meant to say "Silhouettes" instead of shadows.

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  13. Oh, some really amazing shots !!! The first one is my favorite.

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  14. Beautiful photos, LInda! I hope you enjoyed your time there.

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  15. Great sign. What's sad though is that there are actually people who would take that as a "challenge" and climb over the fence. Love that last shot, so pretty.

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  16. Beautiful views. Love the added bit to the sign!

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  17. I wouldn't think about it!
    Lovely sun shots, thanks for sharing with the Up Down challenge.

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