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Sunday, October 31, 2010

A Few Shots From This Weekend

I managed to get in quite a bit of variety this weekend, although none of it was what I started out to do. The original plan for Saturday was a trip to Anza Borrego, but I decided against that and headed out to Escondido just before lunch. There were lots of fluffy clouds, and I thought it would be a great day to shoot the Queen Califia Magical Garden sculptures that are behind Kit Carson Park. Apparently they close the place during wet weather, and it had rained briefly earlier in the day. So much for that idea.

After a brief stop to try some shots of the grape vines at Orfila Vineyards, I headed over to the Wild Animal Park. The late afternoon light was great.

Click here for more from the San Diego Wild Animal Park on Saturday, October 30th.

On Sunday I went down to Old Town and just walked around for a few hours, with a stop at the Cosmopolitan Hotel for lunch. Here are a couple of shots from the new Mormon Battalion Musuem on Juan Street.

The Cosmopolitan Hotel, as seen from inside a covered wagon.

Old Town was all decorated up for both Halloween and Dia del los Muertos, which is Nov 1st. 

Click here for more from Old Town and vicinity on Sunday, October 31st.

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