After Sunset at Cardiff by the Sea at low tide.
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A few images from Windansea Beach, La Jolla, CA. It was somewhat cloudy, but the Sunset was pretty spectacular.
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- Christafari Live in San Diego (Slideshow) (media4lifephotography.com)
- He is Greater Than I (media4lifeministries.com)
A beautiful Bride admiring the Sunset at Windansea Beach in La Jolla, California. I thought this image was just perfect for the scripture of the Bride awaiting the Bridegroom, Who is Jesus. The church is the bride of Christ and we re awaiting the arrival of the Groom, which could be at any moment. The Bride has to be ready, for she does not know the hour when He will come for her. Maranatha Lord Jesus.
- The Bride of Christ (wrob77.wordpress.com)
WHEN GOD PAINTS THE SKY IN RED
When God paints the sky in red, He is asking us to see there’s power in the blood that His son has shed for us.
When God paints the sky in red, it is the color of His heart, showing us all of His love, right from the very start.
When God paints the sky in red, He is reminding all of us to look only unto Him, for all that we must trust.
When God paints the sky in red, His love comes shining thru bestowed upon this world, including me and you.
When God paints the sky in red, praise His name, His Glory, He will show you all of Him, a never-ending story.
When God paints the sky in red, remember this is true, trust in Him and ask, for there’s nothing that He can’t do!
Poem by Donna Guthrie, Michigan 8/16/13
After many days of overcast along the San Diego Coastline, the weather finally changed into a more summer like climate. This picture was taken about 20 minutes after the sunset with a long shutter exposure.
A beautiful sunset at Windansea Beach, just north of La Jolla, CA. It’s one of my favorite spots in San Diego. The beaches around Windansea are not so crowded as other beaches around San Diego.
The famous Del opened in February 1888 and was declared a Historic Landmark in 1977. The Hotel was also the first with electricity, thanks to Thomas Edison.
There are two ways to visit Coronado Island. There is the Ferry that leaves from the Harbor in Downtown San Diego, or with the car, driving across the famous Coronado Bridge which was finished in 1969. People used to pay a fee when crossing the bridge. I can’t remember how much it was, either 50 or 75 cents. It may have been as much as a Dollar. The money was collected to pay for the bridge. Coronado is a beautiful place and has much to offer.
- San Diego Skyline 2013 (media4lifephotography.com)
I took this picture last year on Christmas Day. It was absolutely gorgeous that day in San Diego. This area is called Windansea Beach, which is south of La Jolla, CA. known for its awesome surf and beautiful stretches of pristine beaches and clear turquoise looking water. A must go to place when visiting San Diego.
A picture taken from the top of the parking lot at Swamis Beach, Encinitas, CA Swamis is a well known surf-spot in the North County coastal area in San Diego.It was a gorgeous night with a comfortable 72 degrees. Just beautiful, almost like Paradise.
This little girls was dancing at Sunset time in Cardiff by the Sea. I thought of the very last Psalm:
Praise the LORD! Praise God in His sanctuary; Praise Him in His mighty firmament!
Praise Him for His mighty acts; Praise Him according to His excellent greatness!
Praise Him with the sound of the trumpet; Praise Him with the lute and harp!
Praise Him with the timbrel and dance; Praise Him with stringed instruments and flutes!
Praise Him with loud cymbals; Praise Him with clashing cymbals!
Let everything that has breath praise the LORD. Praise the LORD! Psalm 150.
Beach lovers walking along the shore in Cardiff by the Sea. It was a very pleasant evening and people enjoyed the 72 degrees weather at Sunset time. Lot’s of surfers riding the waves and dogs playing at the beach.
I just love these kind of evenings, comfortable temperature and being able for just a moment to escape the everyday routine and noise of the city.
I love the feeling of the sand on my feet or the refreshing feeling of the water washing it away. It’s almost like a cleansing feeling. I am truly blessed and grateful to live by the ocean and so close to the beach in a city that many people spend thousands on, just to visit for a few days.
I was here, but you did not sit down to rest. I was here, but you were too busy with the world. I will be here tomorrow and the next day. Take some time, rest and sit down. Enjoy the view and find peace in your heart. God’s presence is everywhere, just relax and sit down for a moment and find the peace that surpasses all understanding.
Then God said, “Let there be light” and there was light. Genesis 1:3
After a hectic day yesterday, it was nice to walk down the beach and sit down at the cliff and watch the beauty of God and meditate on Him and find peace.
The owner of this surfboard was surely happy that I was at that spot today. He came up to we and ask if I had seen a camera that he lost while surfing. I knew he was talking about a GoPro camera. I said, sorry I have not, but I will keep my eyes open. I took this picture of his surfboard while he was anxiously looking for his camera in the waves. About a minute after this shot, the GoPro came floating down my way. I picked it up, called him and he came running to the shore. He was a tourist from Ireland on his last day here in San Diego. He was a happy man when I handed him his camera. 64GB of vacation footage. I think God had me there today for that reason, normally I walk up a little bit further north. At least he is leaving Solana Beach with happy memories. God is Good.