We had a nice-sized turnout for our monthly group shoot this morning, despite the rain. We met at Liberty Station, on the site of the former Naval Training Center San Diego. Many of the buildings have been restored and are now used as offices, galleries, shops and restaurants. As usual, we wandered around for a few hours taking pictures and visiting, and then met for lunch.
Since the sky was fairly gray and dull, I concentrated more on smaller objects and details of sorts.
I think these hallways look a lot better at night when the lights are on, but today this was a way to get out of the rain.
There are a few anti-aircraft guns out on display.
For lunch we went to Tin Fish. For anyone visiting San Diego I can highly recommend this restaurant. It's primarily a seafood theme, but with a selection of Portuguese items and a few non-fish items as well. I had the Ervilhas, a Portuguese stew of sorts, with potatoes, peas and linguica sausage in a light tomato base, served with a poached egg on top.
One of my friends had the brownie for dessert. Of course we had to get some pictures of it.
Click here to see a few more pictures from my morning walk around the former Naval Training Center with the San Diego DSLR Photography Group on Saturday, November 12, 2011.
You can also click here to see photos from the rest of the group. Look under Group Albums.
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